The good empire

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2007 Number 37

The good empire
Chalmers Johnson pages -


The recent trend of portraying the British Empire as generally beneficial for all concerned has provided a useful cover for present-day expansionists on both sides of the Atlantic. Chalmers Johnson takes issue with the empire revisionists.

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