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– Notes –

1 Introduction

1 ‘The End of History’ in

The National Interest 16 (Summer 1989). 2 Huntington, passim. (Exact details of all works cited in footnotes are to be found in the Bibliography.) 3 Carlyle II, p.13. 4 Aristotle, p.120. 5 Gibbon, Vol. I, p.77. 6 Carlyle V, p.162.

7 Butterfield, p.9. 8 Ibid., p.11. 9 Fulford, pp.298–304. 10 Hinsley, p.290. 11 Lebow, p.20. 12 Said, p.204. 13 See, for example, Russell,

pp.291–315. 14 Aristotle, p.115. 15 Plato (trans. Waterfield),

Chapter 9.

2 Land

1 Darwin, p.165. 2 Grote, IV, pp.385ff. 3 Creasey, p.2. 4 Kershaw I, pp.247–50. 5 Finlay, p162. 6 Ibid, pp.37–8. 7 A point argued controver-

sially in Fitzjames Stephen, pp.112–15. 8 Mommsen, III, p.60. 9 Thierry, I, p.143ff. 10 Poole, p.378. 11 Green, I, pp.265–6. 12 Wilson, pp.751ff.

13 Hinsley, p.177. 14 See, for example, Trevelyan,

Vol. I, p.123, on the dangers to British trade and security if France were allowed to take the Spanish throne. 15 Zamoyski, pp.377ff. 16 Hinsley, p.252. 17 Lebow, pp.61–72. 18 Tooze, pp.145–6. 19 Mulligan, pp.62ff. 20 Joll, quoted in Mulligan,

p.14. 21 Finlay, p.11.

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