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Race, Law and ‘The Chinese Puzzle’ in Imperial Britain

Sascha Auerbach’s Race, Law and ‘The Chinese Puzzle’ in Imperial Britain is a truly unsettling account of how in the 19th and early 20th centuries media, politicians, trade unionists, writers, thespians, film makers, and not least police and court officials across the British realm stolidly and uncompromisingly articulated and executed racist, Sinophobic judgements, deliberately whippedContinue reading “Race, Law and ‘The Chinese Puzzle’ in Imperial Britain”