Montesquiou, American Securities and French Holdings, Paris, 1912. (Advice to capitalists: beware.)
L. Estève, A New Psychology of Imperialism: Ernest Seillière, Paris, 1913.
(( A psychological interpretation of imperialism à la Nietzsche, deals only with psychology. ))
C. T. Revere, “Latin American Trade Possibilities”, article in The North American Review, 1915 (Vol. 201), p. 78:
| “The South American Journal, published in London, says British investments in Latin America at the end of 1913 totalled $ 5,008,673,000.”
[[DOUBLE BOX ENDS: Cf. with Paish 1909 ]]
$5,000 million X 5 = 25,000 million franks || N.B.
 Re Paish see p. 389 of this volume—Ed.
 Nietzsche, Friedrich (1844–1900)—reactionary German philosopher, one of the ideologists of agrarian-bourgeois reaction. His works reveal him as a bitter enemy of democracy, the working class and Marxism. Nietzsche viewed social and political problems from the standpoint of subjective idealism and vulgar “social-Darwinism”, the theory of the “superman”. Its anti-democratic, reactionary character made Nietzscheism the accepted philosophy of fascism. Bourgeois ideologists widely use his theories to present imperialism as a social system that accords with “human nature”, to justify aggression and extol predatory wars. p. 205