glyph 10: history, anglosphere, law, limits, boundaries, rule, English common law, England, books, bibliography, James C. Bennett, Jim Bennett , James Bennett. network commonwealth . anglosphere . english common law . civil society . british empire england united states usa canada new zealand australia ... political devolution ... customs values cultures ... transmigration ... world government ... european union ... civilizational construction ... bibliography: Fisher (british folkways north america); Fukuyama (trust); Macfarlane (english individualism); Phillips (cousin's war); Veliz (gothic fox)
"The Anglosphere Primer" introduced the concept of the "Anglosphere". The article was hosted originally on the website of Pattern Research, Denver, Colorado, and attracted significant readership because of links provided by bloggers, among whom were Glenn Reynolds, of Instapundit, and Andrew Sullivan.
"The Third Anglosphere Century," by James C. Bennett, a Heritage paper published online November 2007:
In October 2004, Bennett's book, The Anglosphere Challenge was published. The Explorers Foundation helped finance the publication of this book and we continue to work with Jim Bennett on these ideas.
A bibliographcial essay published with The Anglosphere Challenge: Why the English Speaking Nations Will Lead the Way in the Twenty-First Century will be found at:
https://explorersfoundation.org/archive/anglosphere_bibliography.pdf A fascinating commentary on books that influenced Bennett's development of the network commonwealth and Anglosphere concepts. -leif
Albion's Seedlings weblog: http://anglosphere.com/weblog 30Nov09: this blog has not been updated since October 13, 2007, but it is a valuable discussion of the ideas in the The Anglosphere Challenge.
entered before July 9, 2006; edited/updated November 26, 2015