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Popular imperialism in Britain, continuities and discontinuities over two centuries
John M. MacKenzie

mightily to the British self-estimation as a just empire, one supposedly capable of showing the way to others. Thus, although the emancipation campaign seemed to contain anti-imperial elements from time to time, they were only traces, soon converted to a new sense of national justification. As Clare Midgley has demonstrated, women played an important role in the anti-slavery campaign, and after this women

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