Edward Everett Root Publishers Co. Ltd.
Available November 2018
About this book
The shocks to British society from the Boer War – and the discovery of the unfitness of soldiers was a seminal moment It was seen to represent all that was wrong, and corrupt, in British society. War abroad and poverty at home was a dangerous equation. Power at the perimeter of the Empire meant decay at its centre. It was these key problems which the expert contemporary contributors assessed.
C.F.G.Masterman, Realities at Home;
F.W.Lawrence, The Housing ~Problem;
Reginald A. Bray, The Children of the Town;
Noel Buxton and Walter Hoare, Temperance Reform;
P.W. Wilson, The Distribution of Industry;
A.C.Pigou, Some Aspects of the Problem of Charity;
F.W.Head, The Church and The People;
G.M.Trevelyan, The Past and The Future.
About the authors
The Heart of The Empire.
Discussions of problems of modern city life in England.
C.F.G. Masterman (Ed.)
Edited by Bentley B. Gilbert, with an Introduction, and a new Preface by Stephen Yeo.