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My Discovery of England

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Download 01 - The Balance of Trade in Impressions audio
Download 02 - I Am Interviewed by the Press audio
Download 03 - Impressions of London audio
Download 04 - A Clear View of the Government and Politics of England audio
Download 05 - Oxford as I See It, Part 1 audio
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Download 07 - The British and the American Press audio
Download 08 - Business in England. Wanted - More Profiteers audio
Download 09 - Is Prohibition Coming to England? audio
Download 10 - 'We Have With Us To-night' audio
Download 11 - Have the English any Sense of Humour? Part 1 audio
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"In the course of time a very considerable public feeling was aroused in the United States and Canada over this state of affairs. The lack of reciprocity in it seemed unfair. It was felt (or at least I felt) that the time had come when some one ought to go over and take some impressions off England. The choice of such a person (my choice) fell upon myself. By an arrangement with the Geographical Society of America, acting in conjunction with the Royal Geographical Society of England (to both of whom I communicated my proposal), I went at my own expense."

And from thence follow the impressions of Canadian political economist and humourist, Stephen Leacock, after a lecturing visit to England.

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