Naval Power and British Culture, 1760–1850: Public Trust and Government Ideology

@inproceedings{Morriss2004NavalPA,
  title={Naval Power and British Culture, 1760–1850: Public Trust and Government Ideology},
  author={R. Morriss},
  year={2004}
}
Contents: Introduction Part I The Eighteenth Century: The growth of British naval power The culture of community The culture of bureaucracy The culture of finance The nature of distrust The debate over reform Part II The Nineteenth Century: Samuel Bentham and the new ideology Individual responsibility and public trust Financial control and accountance Classification and bureaucratic culture Education and community Conclusion Bibliography Index. 
15 Citations