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Consequences of Colonialism
A discussion of the consequences of colonialism when a country moves over to self-rule.
# 121077 | 1,250 words | 10 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Political Theory)

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This paper names and analyzes four consequences of colonialism when a country moves from colonial rule to self-rule. Consequences and issues include the development of the compradore class, distortion of economies, over developed social control and the status of women.

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"Life is change. The cycle of government and the change brought about in the United States, for example from one administration to another, illustrates how priorities can change almost over night when simply depending on an election. When a country moves from depending on acolonial government to independent self-rule, those changes can end up being extremely drastic in nature, despite the preparations made by everyone involved. How the governments and citizens of these recently liberated nations adapt and the problems caused by the colonial rule in..."

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