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17 of 22 (77%) sections assigned

13 of 22 (59%) sections completed

This project has a dedicated proof-listener who will listen to all sections: linny

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
1 Introduction by Sir Harry H. Johnston  KevinS 23:17 Listen PL OK
2 Preface to Second Edition  KevinS 14:39 Listen PL OK
3 Author's Preface  KevinS 2:24 Listen PL OK
4 The History: From Behind the Veil  verycherrey 17:21 Listen PL OK
5 The History: What Britain Did  KevinS 9:23 Listen PL OK
6 The History: The 'International African Association'  rahr12341 20:02 Listen See PL notes
7 The History: A Programme in Three Parts  rahr12341 41:12 Listen See PL notes
8 The Deeds: Part 1  kathrinee 37:25 Listen PL OK
9 The Deeds: Part 2  kathrinee 37: 02 Listen PL OK
10 The Deeds: Part 3  kathrinee 34:05 Listen PL OK
11 Is There a Redeeming Feature?: The Arab and the Liquor Traffic  RitaBoutros 19:24 Listen PL OK
12 Is There a Redeeming Feature?: Public Works and the Price Thereof  RitaBoutros 33:20 Listen PL OK
13 Is There a Redeeming Feature?: Justice and the Friendly Critic: Part 1  RitaBoutros 32:05
read to "but the reduction of the sentence was on the grounds stated above."
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14 Is There a Redeeming Feature?: Justice and the Friendly Critic: Part 2  TalkingTony 23:46 s
read from "When the Commission of Inquiry entered the Maringa territory". cl
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15 The Beneficiaries: Part 1  laurencetrask 35:51 (new time) 39:09 7000 words
read to "which that berth certainly proved itself to be."
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16 The Beneficiaries: Part 2  laurencetrask 22:45 4500 words
read from "Now we come to part c"
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17 The Duty: Thou!  laurencetrask 8:47 2000 words Listen PL OK
18 The Duty: ‘Reforms’   1500 words Open
19 The Duty: The Position of Belgium   6500 words Open
20 The Duty: What Britain Can Do: Part 1   6000 words
read to "an individual lead is of paramount necessity"
Open
21 The Duty: What Britain Can Do: Part 2   6000 words
read from "What of our rights under Article II" to "would lead Christianity to the abyss of self-destruction"
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22 The Duty: What Britain Can Do: Part 3   6500 words
read from "So much for the cons."
Open