A study of the poet
Lionel Johnson (1867-1902) by Patric Dickinson with Oliver Burt. Leigh Crutchley
Roger Delgado , Malcolm Graeme
Michael Gwynne , Noel Johnson
Godfrey Kenton , Arthur Marshall
Eric Phillips , Geoffrey Wincott Production by Joe Burroughs
Talk by G. C. Allen
Professor of Political Economy in the University of London
Professor Allen examines some of the main features of the industrial revolution in Japan and argues that the lessons to be drawn from it are unlikely to be very acceptable to Asian countries industrialising today.
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