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Anna Greenwood

Commerce: Birth Control in South India, 1920–1940 , Aldershot, Ashgate, 2008 ; Michael Jennings, ‘“A Matter of Vital Importance”: The Place of Medical Mission in Maternal and Child Healthcare in Tanganyika, 1919–39’, in David Hardiman (ed.), Healing Bodies, Saving Souls: Medical Missions in Asia and Africa , Amsterdam and New York, Rodopi, pp. 227

in Beyond the state
Claude McKay’s experience and analysis of Britain
Winston James

Wittgenstein, bringing to the English-reading world the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus in 1922. With his close friend and collaborator, I. A. Richards, he published Foundations of Aesthetics (1921) and The Meaning of Meaning (1922). Politically Ogden had much in common with McKay. He was an agnostic, a supporter of birth control, an outspoken advocate of women’s suffrage

in West Indian intellectuals in Britain