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FREDERICK MADDEN is Emeritus Reader in Commonwealth Government, Nuffield College, Oxford University. He was previously Beit Lecturer in Colonial History and is the author or coeditor of Oxford and the Idea of Commonwealth, Australia and Britain.
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He was previously Beit Lecturer in Colonial History and is the author or coeditor of Oxford and the Idea of Commonwealth, Australia and Britain. Imperial Constitutional Documents,A Supplement and British Colonial Developments, FREDERICK MADDEN is Emeritus Reader in Commonwealth Government, Nuffield College, Oxford University.
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