Place_Pub: London: Oxford University Press, 1941. 32, wraps, name of previous owner, covers somewhat worn and soiled, some discoloration around staples. The author was a distinguished writer. In this work he authors a brief evaluation of the British Empire and its significance to the United States. Mr. Adams traces the evolution of the American attitude towards the British and sees the possibility that on the basis of a common set of values and traditions a union of the English-speaking peoples is coming into being. This is one of the scarcest of the Truslow Adams works. Condition: good.
Keywords: British Empire, English-Speaking, American History, Freedom, Brit. Commonwealth, Anglo-American