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The Fortnightly Review says :—“There is nothing in any language like it, and when all is said, it remains one of the most striking additions recently made to the political library. ... The work is a mine.'
The National Review says :-“We only wish that every Member of Parliament could be compelled to read it.
The Spectator says:45. The warmest devotee of Clio in her traditional garments must admit the writer's thorough familiarity with the best literature of his subject, the high intellectual tone of his ideas and generalisations, and the polish of the epigrammatic style, reflections, and warnings that give many of his pages a verve and colour of which his great American predecessor would not have been ashamed.”
The Standard says :-" Its interest and importance for British readers could hardly be exaggerated. No British subject of ordinary intelligence can read it without drawing the most valuable and necessary of all lessons from it."
of Her Success.
brought up to date. (October 1907.)
Small Demy 8vo, 10s. 6d. net. The Saturday Review says :-“We do not know any book which within such moderate limits enables one so well to estimate the ability and energy which are devoted by the State to the purpose of furthering the material prosperity and power of the German people.”
The Daily Telegraph says :-" It cannot fail to prove, not only informative to the reader on the political and economic problems and foreign and domestic policy of Germany, but indispensable as a convenient reference book."
The Daily Mail says :-"There is much that we would quote, but the best course is to send the reader to a book which should be in every library. It may be recommended to every publicist as an invaluable repertory of facts concerning the policy, armaments, industries, and commerce of the great rival of England in Europe."
LONDON : SMITH, ELDER, & CO., 15 WATERLOO PLACE, SW,