Edmond Demolins - Anglo-Saxon superiority


Edmond Demolins - Anglo-Saxon superiority
To what it is due

A work dealing from a French point of view with the causes of the Superiority of the English-speaking Peoples

Owing to their original mode of life, more pastoral than agricultural, the Celts have no liking for the absorbing pursuits of agriculture; they have more inclination for the liberal professions than for the commoner callings, and achieve more success in the former. Owing to their traditional clan organization, they show more taste for public than for private life, for political than for agricultural, industrial, or commercial struggles. In the anglo-saxon world, the Celtic populations mostly fill the ranks of the lower proletariat, or higher in the social scale - the liberal and political professions.

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