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Shurlee Swain

was essentially a European political order, one which attempted to define the terms of an individual’s participation in affairs of government. In effectively rejecting alternative forms of engagement with the state, such prescription worked against, and, indeed, can be said to deny, the interests of Indigenes as a people whose relation to the land in settler societies rendered, and renders, them distinct from others in

in Equal subjects, unequal rights
Charles V. Reed

imperialist , if of the banal variety. She was fascinated by India, but mostly out of nostalgia for Albert, who himself demonstrated a keen interest in the subcontinent. While she did write prolifically on imperial affairs, particularly during crises, she was far more interested in European politics. Colonial propaganda presented her as the maternal and justice-giving Great Queen, an idea many dispossessed

in Royal tourists, colonial subjects and the making of a British world, 1860–1911
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Bill Schwarz

There is no evidence that either Padmore or The Negro Worker intended to offer theoretical reflection on the specific phenomenon of fascism. The term was invoked as a practical concept, fashioned on the run, to describe observable political realities and to signal the deepening authoritarianism of European politics – though having been jailed in Hamburg, Padmore had experienced the intensification of

in West Indian intellectuals in Britain