A new chapter in the science of government
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4'THELIBRARY
OF
UNIVERSITYTHE
OF CALIFORNIA
LOSANGELESA IN THENEW CHAPTER
SCIENCE OF GOVERNMENTA NEW CHAPTER IN
THE SCIENCE OF
GOVERNMENT
BY
BENCHARA BRANFORD
OFAUTHOR "jANUS AND TSSTA : A STUDY OP THS WORLD-CRISIS—AND AFTER"

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LONDON
WINDUSCHATTO &
1919PRINTED IN ENGLAND BY
WILLIAM CLOW'ES AND LIMITE.DSONS,
LONDON AND EECC1.ES.
All reservedrightswYV*1313
PREFACE
ofthe friends,In to encouragementresponse
and reviewers,* XVI.,Chaptercorrespondents,
"
: Practicalentitled Statecraft ofSugges- origin
theand Vesta a Essay.oftions," "Janus :f study—and hasof the World-crisis After," been taken
into theas a text and presentexpanded politico-
economic essay.
A serious encounteredwas, however,difficulty
in this labour. For the above was theChapter
natural culmination of the
political An apology
to the reader.whole work it formed the interlock-
;
and theing keystone, supporting supported by
and ofrest, conciliating principles government
butapparently opposing actually complementary.
the aTo overcome twofold means wasdifficulty
: work hasthe been drawnadopted original upon
toat several avoid certain obscurities ofpoints
and considerable use has beeninterpretation,
made of footnote references. The
impartial
reader will this of whataccept explanation might
otherwise seem to savour of egotism.
* The author takes this of withopportunity acknowledging
alike thelively to himgratitude general encouragement given by"
the reviewers of and and the valuableJanus Vesta," criticisms
on he the work hasstyle by which, trusts, present greatly profited.
Published in Messrs. Chattot and Windus.1916 by
,f^ 5><i\j-PREFACEVI
we have venturedlittle treatiseIn this
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weft with an ultimatein ;tional
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ininstitutions nation, state,locality, region,
and continent.
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