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- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
- had been no one like him in British political life, and he
- created a precedent. The British press was, in fact, hurling
- position of the British, for they are especially constituted
- has been active in the British social system ever since 1890,
- leading up to the war he was heard saying that the British
- of the British people expressed exactly what the British
- the present age, particularly characteristic of the British
- the British people benefit and through which they in turn can
- on the surface the British people want. And what they want is
- to place ancient traditions in the service of British egoism.
- from the essentially British character represented by Lloyd
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
- commoner known today as Lord Northcliffe is a British
- today the unseen power over a great part of the British,
- fact that Lord Northcliffe bought up not only British,
- there suddenly appeared in the British press a whole series
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