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The Dual Mandate for Tomorrow1

  • Emory Ross
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Lord Lugard, in a good deal of his action as well as in his speaking and writing around the turn of our present century and later, gave prominence and helped to give progressive formulation to an idea which had not then been nearly so clearly seen, accepted, or practised as it has been in certain quarters since.

This idea may be paraphrased by saying that a balance should be maintained in colonial relationships between the good resulting for the colonial peoples and that accruing to the governing peoples.

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page 331 note 1 The text of the Lugard Memorial Lecture, delivered in Lisbon on 6 July 1953, on the occasion of the meeting of the Executive Council of the International African Institute.

page 338 note 1 Texte de la Conférence du Prix Lugard, faite à Lisbonne le 6 juillet 1953, à l'occasion de la réunion du Conseil Exécutif de l'Institut International Africain.

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