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God and Gold Britain, America and the Making of the Modern World Introduction Part One The Walrus and the Carpenter Chapter One: With God On Our Side Chapter Two: On the Beach Chapter Three: How They Hate Us Part Two The Dread and Envy of the World Chapter Four: The Protocols of the Elders of Greenwich Chapter Five: French Toast Chapter Six: The World Was Their Oyster Chapter Seven: The Sinews of Power Chapter Eight: The Playing Fields of Eton Chapter Nine: Goldilocks and the West Pole Part Three Anglo-Saxon Attitudes Chapter Ten: The Wasps and the Bees Chapter Eleven: The Vicar and The Dynamo Chapter Twelve: Doxy v. Doxy Chapter Thirteen: The White Queen Chapter Fourteen: Called To The Bar Chapter Fifteen: The Triangle and the Gyroscope Part Four What Hath God Wrought Chapter Sixteen: The Meaning of History Chapter Seventeen: War on History Chapter Eighteen: The Golden Meme Chapter Nineteen: Whig Babylon Part Five Closing the Drama Chapter Twenty: Riding the Tiger Chapter Twenty-One: The Diplomacy of Civilizations Chapter Twenty-Two: The Meaning of it All
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Foreign relations.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations.
Civilization, Modern -- American influences.
Civilization, Modern -- British influences.
United States -- Foreign public opinion.
Great Britain -- Foreign public opinion.
Great powers -- History.