Best book, and most honest, on the British [Financial] Empire: P.J. Cain & A.G. Hopkins two volume set. Worst books, anything by Ferguson, the puff piece specialist from Harvard, member of the lobbyist group for the international super-rich, the Bretton Woods Committee [brettonwoods.org]. No, Fergy, people do not love being subjugated and randomly killed. No, Fergy, most people prefer self-rule. And few were displeased at the end of the British Empire, just as few were displeased at the end of the Roman Empire [please note the plummeting numbers of peasants being crucified after their breakup].
Rich in detail and illustrations. Not sure he sells his thesis, though.
don't blame the british
In-depth discussion of both the positive and negative aspects of empire.
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