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The memoir is also a portrait of the devastating effects of imperialism and racism on a person’s identity, self-worth and relationships—and offers a perspective on how a person can combat these legacies.
China is king on this continent, and while some citizens may grumble about a new imperialism, governments are eager for Beijing’s loans.
America stood alone, untainted by imperialism, a beacon of hope to many who looked for a counterweight to colonialists rampaging across the globe.
Citizens in other Western countries have also recognized the common origins of transatlantic slavery and imperialism and have expressed a desire to address that history.
Lucero isn’t the first person to attempt to revive indigenous tattooing traditions marginalized by imperialism, cultural eradication and outright genocide.
The gradual recognition of the constitutional theory of the British empire, and the assumption by the principal Imperialism.
Already we had given Imperialism a criticism, and leavened half the press from our columns.
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There is another side to imperialism besides dreaded anarchies.
Marx with his book is driving the states out of the trench of imperialism and capitalism.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN
It was a withering satire on Russian imperialism, and it stirred a wide response.

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