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Maitland Lecture 1976 Colonialism to Internationalism

I shall speak to you today from my own experience and my own conviction. Lest you should think this unduly selfcentred I must say in self-defence that my own working life has, to my own great good fortune, coincided first with the end of colonialism and then with the first steps in a new internationalism. I almost said one foot in the old world and one in the new. The Rt. Hon. Lord Caradon