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child labour, 263À4 Cullwick, Hannah, 129
Christophe, Henri, widow of, 199 Cunard, Nancy, 249À50
Negro: An Anthology, 249
Church Missionary Society, 151, 159
citizenship, 41, 93, 213À19, 277, 292 Curzon, George Nathaniel, Marquis, 282
and the Empire, 275À7, 293À4
˜good citizenship™, 276, 284À8 Darien, colonisation of, 51À2
rights and duties of, 284, 297 Davidson, Thomas ˜Black™, 261
service and sacrifice to, 288, 293 Davin, Anna: ˜Imperialism and Motherhood™,
and the state, 275, 276 219
subjecthood, 278À80 Davis, David Brion: The Problem of Slavery in
Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers, the Age of Revolution, 259À60
4th Earl of, 87 Davitt, Michael, 222
Clark, G. Kitson, 143 Life and Progress in Australasia, 222
Clarkson, Catherine, 199 de Certeau, M., 169
Clarkson, Thomas, 199 decolonisation, 3À4, 12, 15, 208
class, 14, 30, 69, 253, 262 degeneration, 195, 205, 271À4, 287À8
and anti-slavery, 257À64 Devine, Tom, 13
and belonging, 270À4 diaspora, 17, 56, 71
and consumption, 178À84 Dicey, A. V., 282
elite, 252À3, 258 Dickens, Charles: Bleak House, 154
and the military, 255 Dilke, Charles Wentworth, 276
and empire, 251À3 and Anglo-Saxonism, 270
working, 64, 259À64, 271À4, Greater Britain, 15, 221
287À8 Dilke, Lady Emilia, 225
women, 130, 233, 236 Dirks, Nicholas, 36
classificatory systems, 10À11, 19 Disraeli, Benjamin, 216
Clayton, Pamela, 89 Dissenters, 152
Cobbett, William, 264 domesticity, 24, 104, 182À4
coffee houses, 181 Donald, James, and Ali Rattansi, 7
Cohn, Bernard, 10 Drage, Geoffrey: ˜Eton and the Empire™,
Cold War, the, 4, 70 285
˜collectivism™, 276À7 Duffy, Charles Gavan, 85
Colley, Linda, 14, 266 Dunae, Patrick, 161
Britons: Forging the Nation, 1707À1837,
81, 102
Eagleton, Terry, 80
colonial service, 254À7, 265, 284
East India Company, 10, 50À1, 171, 174
consumption, 29, 166À70, 174, 182,
Edinburgh Review, 37, 44
295À6
education, 28
and class, 178À84
in citizenship, 284À6
and the ˜consumer revolution™, 167
for adults, 286, 291
and the ˜consumer society™, 167
public schools, 256, 285
cultural, 186
state schools, 285
of empire, 177
and voluntary associations, 286
and gender, 180À4
Education Act (1831), 84
histories of, 166À9
Edwards, Paul, 134
infrastructure of, 173
Elkins, Caroline, 4
products, 167, 170, 176À7, 187À9, 294
Index
332
Ellis, Steven, 79 Freud, Sigmund, 194
emigration, 16, 57, 71À3, 245, 265 Fry, Michael, 13
from Ireland, 97, 99 Fussell, Paul, 139
of women, 113, 118, 119, 241
empire Gallagher, John
building of, 59, 61À2, 295 see Robinson, Ronald, and John Gallagher
competition for, 60À2 Garvey, Amy Ashwood, 248
in crisis, 23, 76 gender, 27, 35, 103À4, 137, 208À11
in everyday life, 3, 16, 22À31 and consumption, 180À4
and home, 1À5, 20, 21 of tea, 182
see also consumption, products politics of, 197À8
Empire Marketing Board, 294, 295 ˜gentlemanly capitalism™, 253À7
Empire Shopping, 245 George, Rosemary Garangoly, 25
Empire Shopping Weeks, 294À6 Ghosh, P. R., 39
Empire Windrush, 70 Giddings, Paula, 128
Encumbered Estates Acts (1848 and 1849), 89 Gikandi, Simon, 140
Ener, Miner, 228 Girl Guides Association, 240, 286
English Woman™s Journal, 119À20 Girls™ Friendly Society, 240
˜Englishness™, 34, 271 Gladstone, William, 216
Englishwoman™s Review, 120 Godwin, William, 195
Enlightenment rationalism, 159À60 Goldstein, Vida, 283
Enloe, Cynthia, 139 Graham, Sir James, 94
Equiano, Olaudah, 261 Graham, Maria, 101À3
Esty, Jed, 229 Journal of a Residence in India, 101À2
Ethiopia, 248À9 Letters on India, 101À2
Evangelical Revival, the, 148 Little Arthur™s History of England (as Maria
Evangelicalism, 148 Callcott), 102
evangelicals, 149 Grant, Anne: Eighteen Hundred and Thirteen,
discrimination against, 151 107
Evans, Neil, 136 Great Famine, the, 78, 81, 82, 84, 86À8, 92
exhibitions, 184, 243, 294 British government™s response to, 86À8
Eyre, Edward John, 160 refugees from, 86À7
Greg, William: ˜Shall We Retain Our
Colonies?™, 215
Fabian Women™s Group, 224
Gregory, Derek, 4
Fabians, 224À5
Grimstone, Mary Leman, 113
Fanon, Frantz, 14, 18
˜The Settlers of Van Dieman™s Land™, 112,
fantasy, 192, 198
sexual, 129, 140 113
Guha, Ranajit, 6, 24
Fausto-Sterling, Anne, 128
Gullace, Nicoletta F., 288
Fawcett, Millicent, 240, 283, 288
Feldman, David, 278
femininity, 102À3, 104, 182, 208 Haiti, 199
feminism, 14, 18, 24, 117, 119À20, 282, 283 ´
Halevy, Elie, 150
Ferguson, Moira, 202 Hall, Catherine, 93, 151, 161, 213
Ferguson, Niall, 14 Hall, Stuart, 276
Fitzpatrick, David, 13 Hamilton, Elizabeth
Fletcher of Saltoun, 51 Letters on the Elementary Principles of
Flint, Kate, 104 Education, 108
Florence Mills Social Parlour, 248 The Memoirs of Agrippina, 107
Foster, John, 73 Translation of the Letters of the Hindoo
Foster, Roy, 79 Rajah, 107
Foucault, Michel, 18 Hanway, Jonas, 181
France, 199À200 Heathorn, Stephen, 28
French Revolution, 94, 152 Hemans, Felicia, 107
Index 333
Hendley, Matthew, 242, 245 Italian, 68
Heyrick, Elizabeth: Immediate, not Gradual Jewish, 59, 62, 64À6, 69
Abolition, 232 numbers of, 54, 56, 57À9, 70
Himmelfarb, Gertrude, 273 origins of, 67
history, 5, 8À18, 32, 36, 81À2, 251 scholarship on, 56
and anthropology, 9, 159 in South Shields, 73À5
diasporan, 17 immigration to Britain, 208À11, 271, 278À80
of the Dominions, 15 colonial, 60, 133, 135À6, 140
˜history wars™, 17 language tests, 279
of populations of colour, 17 laws on, 141
social, 9 restrictions on, 56, 64, 70À1
History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave, and sexuality, 122À5
Related by Herself, The, 111, 201À5, 236 ˜virginity test™, 122
˜Supplement™ to, 202À5 imperial family, the, 26À7, 270
Impey, Catherine: Anti-Caste, 247
Hobhouse, Emily, 239
Hobson, J. A.: Imperialism: A Study, 217, 254 India, 50À1, 107, 214, 216, 228
Hodgson, William: Commonwealth of Reason, and classificatory systems, 10À11
and cotton production, 172
260
Hofland, Barbara, 110, 111 Macaulay in, 37
holiness revival, 160 missionaries to, 110
Holt, Thomas, 22 and nationalism, 247, 280À2, 289À90, 294
˜home™, 20, 23À7, 35 Rebellion of, 1857, 118À19, 215, 239
and empire, 1À5, 21 and tea production, 174
homogeneity, 40, 45À9, 53 women in, 101, 115À16, 120, 283
homosexuality, 135, 139 Indian National Congress, 216, 280, 290À1
Hopkins, A. G., 12 and women™s suffrage, 289
˜Hottentot Venus™ (Sara Baartman), 126À9, 140 indigenous peoples, 72, 145, 221, 228
Howe, Stephen, 12, 80 Native American, 103, 114, 117
Hurd, Percy, 27 women, 114À15, 283
Hutchins, B. L.: Home Work and Sweating: The industrial revolution, 151
Causes and Remedies, 225 industrialisation, 258À60
Hutchinson, Sara, 199 interdisciplinarity, 14, 17
Ireland, 13, 47À9, 86, 87, 213, 214À15, 216, 261
images of colonial people, 176, 236 Act of Union, 77À9, 83À6, 93À4, 99À100
and marketing, 176, 187À9 and Britain, 81À2, 83À6, 90
immigrants in Britain, 53À7, 60, 63, 66, a colony, 77À82, 94, 100
resistance to colonialism, 79, 83, 95
69À71
African, 68 contribution to empire, 96À7
Arab, 75 cultural revival in, 96
birthplace data, 58 culture, 84
Caribbean, 71 disenfranchisement in, 85
Chinese, 68, 221 Dublin parliament, 83
and conflict, 57À9, 65, 72 history of, 79, 81À2
and empire building, 59, 67 Home Rule movement, 89, 91, 95À6
European, 60, 70 law and order, 85
experiences of, 55, 63 legislation on, 84
French, 67 Londonderry, 49
German, 62, 66À8, 75 loyalism in, 79
anti-Germanism, 66À8 see also Orange Order
Indian, 68 monuments in, 98
as ˜internal others™, 53, 63, 72 nationalism, 77, 79, 82, 85À6, 90, 93À6,
hostility towards, 75 97
Irish, 59, 63À4, 69, 73, 91À3 constitutional, 93À4
anti-Irish propaganda, 95 militant, 95
racialised characterisations of, 92À3 parliamentary debates over, 86, 90, 98
Index
334
Ireland (cont.) Loomba, Ania, 6, 19
partition of, 96, 100 Louis, Roger, 2
political divisions within, 88À91 Loyal National Repeal Association, 94
Poor Law, 80, 84, 87
Rate-in-Aid Act (1849), 87 Macaulay, Hannah, 38, 43
and religion, 46, 47 Macaulay, Margaret, 38
women in, 119, 121, 242 Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 37, 43À4,
see also Great Famine, the 79, 214
Irving, Edward, 160 essay on Sir William Temple, 43
essays on great men, 39
History of England, 32À7
Jamaica, 50, 195, 213, 214À15, 262
and Darien, 51À2
James II (of England) (1633“1701), 34,
and homogeneity, 40, 45À9
42, 48
portraits of men, 41À3
Jameson, Anna, 114
and the revolution of 1688, 34
Jarrett-Macauley, Delia, 248
and women subjects, 44À5
Jeffrey, Keith, 13
writing of, 37À40
Johnson, Sir Harry H., 290
McClintock, Anne, 100, 123, 132
Johnston, Anna, 109
McDonough, Terrence: Was Ireland a Colony?
Johnstone, Christian Isobel, 116À17
Economics, Politics and Culture in
Jones, Gareth Stedman, 272
Ireland, 80
Judd, Denis, 294
MacKenzie, John
Imperialism and Popular Culture, 12
Kaplan, Amy, 24
Propaganda and Empire, 12À13
Keswick Convention, 160
MacRaild, Donald, 90
Khoisan, 127, 128
Maintenon, Madame de, 45
Kilham, Hannah, 109
Malthus, Thomas, 91, 150
Krebs, Paula, 23, 239, 240
Manchester University Press: ˜Studies in
Imperialism Series™, 12
Lamming, George: The Emigrants, 209 Mangan, J. A., 284
Land Acts, 89 marketing, 176, 187À9
Langer, S., 169 ˜brand name™, 175
Lawrence, Jon, 292 of soap, 189
Laws of Settlement, 92 Markham, Violet, 243, 287
Lawson, Philip, 11 Marshall, P. J., 11, 255
Ledbetter, Kathryn, 118 Marson, Una, 248
Lefebvre, Henri, 26 Martineau, Harriet, 116, 118
Lemire, B., 172 History of British India, 118
Lenwood, Frank: Jesus, Lord or Leader?, ˜Homes Abroad™, 112
Illustrations of Political Economy, 112
163
Lester, Alan, 20, 225 ˜Ireland™, 113
Levy, Andrea: Small Island, 210 ˜Life in the Wilds™, 112
Lewis, Sarah: Women™s Mission, 234 Mary II (1662À94), 44, 46
Linebaugh, Peter, 261À9 masculinity, 182, 292À3
Lisle, Alice, 45 Mason, Simon, 181
literature, 29, 111, 191À3, 266 Massey, Doreen, 26
emigration novels, 191 Mathews, Basil, 290
fantasy, 192, 198 Mau Mau, Kenya, 3
fiction, 191 Mavor, Carol, 130
and historians, 191À3 Mayhew, Henry, 273
and slavery, 191, 193À8 Merchant Shipping Act (1906),
Lochiel, 47 279
London Missionary Society, 151, 163 Merians, Linda, 127
London School of Economics, 224 Metcalf, Thomas, 10
Index 335
Meteyard, Eliza, 113 Newton, Judith, 44
˜Lucy Dean, the Noble Needlewoman™, Nigerian Progress Union, 248
Nirenberg, David, 72
113
Methodist Revolution, 150 Nonconformists, 144, 155
militarism, 255, 285, 292, 293
military, the, 96, 266 Oastler, Richard, 263
brothel system, 130 O™Brien, James Bronterre, 263
Mill, John Stuart, 214 O™Brien, William Smith, 94
Mintz, Sidney, 9, 186 O™Connell, Daniel, 85, 93À4, 213, 214
miscegenation, fear of, 138À9, 271 O™Connor, T. P., 91
see also mixed-race relationships Old Age Pensions Act, 226
missionaries, 29, 144À7, 156À8, 163, 205, 265 Old Dissent, 149
and academia, 159 Opie, Amelia Anderson
and anti-slavery campaigns, 157À8 Adeline Mowbray, 195À8
and devolution of authority, 159À62 as fantasy, 198
female, 106, 109, 164, 233À5 Orange Order, 79, 89, 90À1
and imperialism, 145 Oxford History of the British Empire, 12
to Indian women, 110
opposition to, 152
Pan-Africanism, 247À50
and racial discrimination, 158, 161À2
Pankhurst, Christabel, 288
social gospel of, 162À4
Pankhurst, Emmeline, 288
Missionary Register, 109
Pankhurst, Sylvia, 249
missionary societies, 108À11
Parkes, Bessie, 119
missions, 147À53, 160, 162À4
Parks, Fanny, 115À16
Anglican, 148
Paterson, William, 51
and converts, 145, 151
Pearman, John: ˜memoirs™, 266À8
faith, 160, 161
Peel, Robert, 94
foreign, 146, 149, 150, 151À3, 155
Pember Reeves, Maud, 223À5
donations to, 155, 156, 162
Round About a Pound a Week, 224, 225
reports home, 153À5
Pember Reeves, William, 223À5, 226À8
and social gospel, 162
Penal Laws, 83
and women activists, 231À2, 236
Perham, Margery, 246
home, 150À1, 156, 161, 162, 272
periodicals, 116À17, 120
Protestant, 148
Phillips, Caryl: The Final Passage, 209
to settlers, 148, 162
Picton, General Thomas, 255
mixed-race relationships, 123, 133À6, 137, 210
planters, 157, 258, 263
Moodie, Susanna, and John Moodie: Roughing
Pocock, J. G. A., 16
it in the Bush, 114
political economy, 111, 218
More, Hannah, 108, 111
politics, 84, 99, 218, 222À4
Morgan, Jennifer, 128
and empire, 212À19, 220, 225À6, 229
Morley, David, and Kevin Robins, 25
see also reform
Morrison, Toni, 36
politics of difference, 18À22
Moynagh, Maureen, 250
see also race
multiculturalism, 71
Pollock, Griselda, 129
Munby, Arthur: sketches by, 129À30
poor, the, 30
Mylne, Margaret, 117
Poor Law (1847), 84, 87, 88
Poor Law Extension Act (1847), 87
Naoroji, Dadabhai, 216, 282 Porter, Bernard, 16
Natal Act (1867), 279 Porter, R.
Nation, 85 see Brewer, J., and R. Porter
Native American women, 103, 114, 117 Postans, Marianne, 115
˜Negro Mother™s Appeal, The™, 235 postcolonialism, 4, 14, 21, 36
New Zealand, 121, 222À4, 226 Pratt, Mary Louise, 102
and women™s suffrage, 220, 224 Priestley, J. B., 55
Index
336
Primrose League, 241À2, 244, 291, 294 Rodgers, Daniel T., 220
Dames of, 242 Romanticism, 160
and the Empire Settlement scheme, 245 Rose, Jacqueline: States of Fantasy, 192
Ladies™ Grand Council, 242 Rose, Sonya, 137
Prince, Mary: History of Mary Prince, a West Ross, Ellen, 72
Indian Slave, Related by Herself, The, 111, Rye, Maria, 119
201À5, 236
character of, 203À5 Said, Edward, 18
an independent woman, 202 Culture and Imperialism, 193
sexuality of, 201 Salvation Army, 163
Pringle, Thomas, 201 Schama, Simon, 81
˜Supplement™ to History of Mary Prince, Schreiner, Olive, 239
Schumpeter, Joseph, 253
203À5
prostitution, 130À3 Schwarz, Bill, 15, 136
Protestant Ascendancy, 88 Scotland, 13, 46, 49
Protestants, 147 assimilation of, 46À7
and Darien, 51À2
race, 7À8, 14, 18, 22, 103, 297 Highlands of, 46À7
and difference, 9, 217, 271 Union with England, 41
and empire, 17, 59, 117 Seacole, Mary
and ˜race-neutral™ practices, 279À80 changing image of, 237
and sexuality, 130 Wonderful Adventures of Mrs Seacole in Many
and skin colour, 130 Lands, 237
race riots, 71, 133, 134, 135 seamen, 74, 135, 279À80
racism, 8, 9, 59, 63, 76, 210, 264 Searle, G. R., 8
radicalism, 260À4 Seeley, J. R., 2, 8
Rajan, Balachandra, 107 Expansion of England, 16
Ramabai, Pandita, 237 Selvon, Sam: The Lonely Londoners, 208
Rate-in-Aid Act (1849), 87 Semmell, Bernard, 216
Rattansi, Ali settler colonies, 125, 271, 279
see Donald, James, and Ali Rattansi and class politics, 274
Rediker, Marcus, 261 and politics, 217, 220À2
reform, 30, 213À16, 219, 261 and women, 238, 241
histories of, 220 sexual fantasies, 129, 140
Reform Act (1832), 213 sexuality, 122À5, 136, 141
Second Reform Act (1867), 93, 215, 280 colonial, 15, 140À2
Third Reform Act (1884), 216, 280 and women, 28, 123À5, 130, 137, 197
of welfare, 287 Sharma, Sanjay, 228
and the welfare state, 30, 220, 227À8 Sharpe, William: The Cause of Colour Among
Reid, Marion: A Plea for Women, 117 Races, 130
religion, 29, 46, 47, 143À7, 162 Shaw, Flora, 243
church attendance, 143 Sherwood, Mary, 110, 111
and politics, 143À5 Sinha, Mrinalini, 21, 253, 256
see also individual denominations; ´
Sinn Fein, 96
missionaries; missions slave narratives, 201À5, 206
resistance to colonialism, 158, 272 slavery, 195, 204
See also individual countries compared with Britain™s working class, 264
revisionism, 82 and literature, 191, 193À8, 195
Richards, Frank: Old Soldier Sahib, 268À9 Smith, Adam, 112, 157
Rickard, John, 225 Smith, F. E., 282
Roberts, Emma, 115 social imperialism, 216, 219À29, 277
Robertson, William, 103 Socialism, 291
Robins, Kevin Sorabji, Cornelie, 238
see Morley, David, and Kevin Robins South African War
Robinson, Ronald, and John Gallagher, 6 see Boer War
Index 337
South Asian women, 124À5 Trouillot, Michel-Rolphe, 17
Special Restriction (Coloured Alien Seamen) Twells, Alison, 109
Order of 1925 280 Tyrell, Ian, 220
Spencer, Ian, 133
stadial theory, 103 Ulster Protestants, 49
Steedman, Carolyn, 266À7 United States of America, 4, 160
Stepan, Nancy, 19 Irish emigration to, 97
Stoler, Ann Laura, 20, 122, 141 urban communities, 179
Strickland, Susanna, 111, 201À5 urban jungle, 272
see also Moodie, Susanna, and John Moodie
Stuarts, the, 46
Veer, Peter van der, 155À9
Styles, J., 167
Venn, Henry, 159
suffrage, 15, 120À1, 275, 284, 288, 296À7
Victoria League, 240, 242À5, 246
anti-suffrage leagues, 282
Imperial Health Conference and Exhibition,
and the Boer War, 284
243
and the Empire, 296
Industrial Committee, 243
House of Lords debate on, 288À9
lectures, 245, 287
for men, 214, 215, 216, 221, 280
Vincent, David, 224
metropolitan, 280À2
militant movement, 284, 288
˜physical force argument™, 282, 288 wage labour, 158, 179À80
see also class,
for women, 117, 215, 220, 224, 280, 282À4,
working
288À90
arguments against, 282 ˜wage slavery™, 263
international campaign for, 283 Wakefield, Edward Gibbon, 112
sugar, 16, 171, 174À6, 175, 178À82, 186 Wales, 13, 22
Swann, Frederick: English Citizenship, 287 Walvin, James, 134
˜Swing™ riots of 1830 , 262 warfare, 218, 219
see also militarism
wartime contribution from the colonies, 290À1
Tabili, Laura, 134
Webb, Beatrice, 222À4
Tait™s Edinburgh Magazine, 116À17
Webb, Sidney, 62, 222À4
Taylor, Harriet: ˜The Enfranchisement of
Webster, Wendy, 15
Women™, 117
Wedderburn, Robert, 261
Taylor, Miles, 13, 264
Wesley, John, 148
tea, 171, 174À6, 175, 178À82, 186
Wesleyan movement, 149
and gender, 182
Whelan, Kevin, 82
and social exchange, 183
Whelan, Yvonne, 98
and temperance, 180
˜white slavery™, 132À3, 263
tea shops, 184À5
Wilberforce, William, 260
Thelwall, John, 260
Wilkinson, Ellen, 297
theology, 146, 159
Wilkinson, Ellen, Leonard Matters, and Monica
see also religion
Whately: Condition of India, 247
Thompson, Andrew, 17
William III (William of Orange), 34, 35, 42, 46
Thompson, E. P., 150, 259
Williams, Eric: Capitalism and Slavery, 258
Thompson, Jemima: Memoirs of British Female
Williams, Raymond, 22
Missionaries, 233
Williamson, Philip, 293
Thorne, Susan, 108
Wills, Freeman, 285
tobacco, 171, 172, 175
Wilson, Sir Henry, 97
cigarette smoking, 185
Wilson, Kathleen, 36
Tosh, John, 183
Wolf, Eric, 9, 157
Trail, Catherine Parr: The Backwoods of Canada,
Wollstonecraft, Mary, 195, 197
114
women, 30, 101, 115À16, 121, 124À5, 208À11,
travel, 16
narratives of, 106, 114À16, 176 224À5, 240
activists, 119, 230À3, 250
Trinidad, 255
Index
338
women, (cont.) and colonialism, 105À6
anti-imperial and anti-racist, 246À50 as educationalists, 108
in anti-slavery campaigns, 231À3 evangelicals, 108À11
black and Asian, 236À8, 247 journalists, 116À17
in foreign mission societies, 231À2, 236 of political economy, 112
imperial, 30, 238À46 of travel narratives, 106, 114À16
black, in Britain, 196, 198À200, 205À8, 237 women™s organisations, 231, 241À5, 250
condition of, 103, 117, 120, 124 Women™s Trade Union, 225
and consumption, 179, 185, 295À6 Wood, Marcus, 264
emigration of, 113, 118, 119 Woollacott, Angela, 283
indigenous, 103, 104, 106, 114, 117, Wordsworth, William, 200
˜1 September 1802™ (˜The Banished Negroes™),
234À6, 283
missionaries, 106, 109, 164 198À200
of mixed race, 207 ˜To Toussaint L™Ouverture™, 198
political demands of, 121, 232 Wright, Patrick, 22
readers, 104À6
and sexuality, 28, 123À5, 130, 137, 197 Yonge, Charlotte, 110
working-class, 130, 233, 236 Young, Robert, 123
see also suffrage, for women youth groups, 286
women writers, 43À4, 101À3, 105À8, 111 Yule, George, 281

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