A. J. P. Taylor Quote

American statesmen might like some Europeans more than others and even detect quaint resemblances to their own outlook; but they no more committed themselves to a particular group or country than a nineteenth-century missionary committed himself to the African tribe in which he happened to find himself.


"The Great War: The Triumph of E. D. Morel", p. 157. - The Trouble Makers: Dissent over Foreign Policy, 1792-1939 (1957)

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American statesmen might like some Europeans more than others and even detect quaint resemblances to their own outlook; but they no more committed...

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American statesmen might like some Europeans more than others and even detect quaint resemblances to their own outlook; but they no more committed...

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American statesmen might like some Europeans more than others and even detect quaint resemblances to their own outlook; but they no more committed...

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American statesmen might like some Europeans more than others and even detect quaint resemblances to their own outlook; but they no more committed...