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Perhaps they meant that the long battles for South Africa and Ireland had been lost, and that the central British aim of assimilating diverse societies within the democratic, consensual and pragmatic political culture of modem Britain had been smashed on the rocks of older divisions. Perhaps they meant, on the contrary, that in a transforming world, where the main themes were economic and political interdependence, even Afrikaner and Irish nationalism (let alone the modest dissidence of Canadian liberalism) could be absorbed within the Commonwealth nexus.
William Macmillan, the South African historian, complained poignantly to Lionel Curtis I am old enough to remember the Jubilee of 1897. Black Africans and West Indians remember too- and mark the change in 1935 - and the touching 'loyalty' still alive in them (but deeply shocked) is a thing you really ought to see and feel. It is being endangered. 19 The fact that, as in Kenya, the articulation of the settler ideal was couched in terms of aspirations to Dominionhood indicates that Commonwealth membership had become for many a synonym for white supremacy.
1 7 This hardly made it a bureaucracy in its own right, and restricted size was one factor explaining why the Office was never badly split by internal policy differences.