TO-DAY Mrs. Fisher turns her attention from -*- rural England to the towns, which at the turn of the century were just becoming the preponderating interest in the community. The plirase, ' Industrial Revolution,' covers a vast complex of new developments that, amongst them, changed the whole face of England within a few decades ; and the old England has never reappeared.
MR. MARETT concludes his series of talks on ' Tiie Making of Man ' with a discussion of what most authorities consider to be the cement that binds society together. There are many ways of r.pproaching the study of Law in its sociological aspect, but there can be no doubt tha' the researches of the anthropologist have given us a much wider view than we could obtain in the davs when philosophers based their theories of tjie Social Contract on a mythical personification of the 'natural man.'
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