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The Pan-Angles: A Consideration of the Federation of the Seven English-Speaking Nations

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Hardcover, 262 pages
Published August 13th 2015 by Andesite Press (first published August 9th 1914)
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Real Pan-Angle Federalism has never been tried
The author proposes a federation of Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Newfoundland, New Zealand and South Africa due to the kingship of the Anglo-Saxon peoples because of the threat of Non-Anglo Saxon empires like Russia, France and Germany. He considers the Anglo-Saxon system of government and the emphasis on individualism as typical Anglo-Saxon.
He uses the term Pan-Angle for about anyone who is from one of the countries which gives a feel of tryi
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American proponent of forming a federation of the Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Newfoundland, New Zealand, and South Africa.

Sinclair graduated from Harvard College in 1897 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and in 1906 from Harvard Law School.

He was a member of the Union and University Clubs, Boston, and the Harvard Club of New York.