Article Index


1 Conversation with Philp Dwyer, 10 April 2008, author, Napoleon. The Path to Power 1769-1799, 2008
2 Andrew Roberts, A History of the English-Speaking People Since 1900,Wedenfeld & Nicholson, London, 2006 at p637.and 
3 The Declaration of Independence: 4 July , 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen states of the United States of America.
4 Walter Russell Mead, God and Gold, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2007, p.48
5 http://hdr.undp.org/en/media/hdr_20072008_summary_english.pdf, accessed 3 May, 2008.
6 Meade op.cit., p.5
7 Mead, op.cit., p.48.
8 A student or graduate of the L'École nationale d'administration (ENA), one of the most prestigious of the French “grandes écoles” from which come the nation’s leading civil servants.
9 David S. Landes, The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor (1998)
10 Tomas Babbington Macaulay, The History of England, Penguin Classics, 1079, p.51
11 Michael Barone, Our First Revolution:The Remarkable British Upheaval That Inspired America’s Founding Fathers,2007, p.225
12 Barone, op.cit., pp., 226, 221.
13 Letter arguing against the promulgation of the doctrine of Papal infallibility sent to Bishop Mandell Creighton in  April 1887.
14 The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else, 2000
15 Fareed Zakaria, The Future of Freedom: Illiberal Democracy at Home and Abroad, 2004.
16 “From Prince Andrew, critical words for U.S. on Iraq,’ by Stephen Castle, International Herald Tribune, 4 February, 2008 
http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/02/04/america/andrew.php, accessed 17 April, 2008. See also Michael Eisenstadt and Eric Mattewson, US Policy in Post Saddam Iraq,2003
17 Andrew Roberts, op.cit., p 637
18 Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Law of England, from the Avalon Project at Yale Law School, http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/blackstone/blacksto.htm (full-text), accessed 11 April,2008
19 An Act declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject, and settling the Succession of the Crown,  1 Will. & Mar. sess. 2 c. 2
20 Fn.3, op.cit.
21 Governor-General’s Statement of Reasons http://www.ozpolitics.info/guide/topics/dismissal/dismissal-reasons/ accessed 3 May, 2008.
22 Barone, op.cit. p 172
23 Mead, op.cit., p.29
24 It was at the Battle of Aughrim on the 12 July, 1791 that almost all of the Irish Catholic and old English aristocrats, who had been dispossessed of lands to accommodate the plantations under Elizabeth I and Oliver Cromwell, died, and it was this battle which was originally celebrated on 12 July.
25 (12 & 13 Wm 3 c.2)
26 Statute of Westminster, 1931( UK), preamble.
27 Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu, The Spirit of Laws, 1748, translated by Thomas Nugent, revised by J. V. Prichard Based on an public domain edition published in 1914 by G. Bell & Sons, Ltd., London, http://www.constitution.org/cm/sol.htm accessed 3 May, 2008
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28 Bryan Bevan,King William III. Prince of orange, the first European, 1997,p. 168
29 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3qh3OEtTmI ,accessed 7 July, 2008
30 Bevan, loc.cit.
31 Bevan, op.cit., p.169
32 Bevan, op.cit,  p.174
33 Bevan, loc.cit.
34 Viscount Bolingbroke, On Parties (1735),p. 108.
35 Mead op. cit., p. 118
36 Barone,op.cit., p236-237
37 The Proclamation of 1763 was made on 7 October 7, 1763 by King George III at the conclusion of the Seven Years' War. The Proclamation in effect reserved land west of the Appalachian Mountain to the Indians.
38 R. v. Knowles, ex parte Somersett (1772) 20 State Tr 1; (1772) Lofft 1
39 Barone,op.cit.,p.7
40The most celebrated was by Lincoln Steffens who after returning from a visit to  Russia in 1921 said "I have seen the future and it works."
41 Barone, loc.cit.
42 Barone,op.cit.,p. 8
43 Barone, op.cit., p. 229
44 Barone, loc.cit.
45 Mead op.cit., p.47
46 Barone, op.cit., p. 232
47 Barone, op.cit., p. 240 
48 Barone, op.cit., p. 243
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