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The United States and Samoa
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|Title:||The United States and Samoa|
|Authors:||Schleicher, Charles P.|
|Abstract:||In the history of nations Samoa does not rank|
very high, nevertheless, it is interesting and important principally because of two reasons. First: it is a typical example of the domination of groups of people in the Pacific by a strong power. Second; American Samoa in particular furnishes to the world a rich ground for political experiment and observation.
Bibliography: leaves iv-viii.
i, 52, viii leaves
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