Origin of colonialism
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Examples from the Web for colonialist
Ironically, both the opponents and proponents of LGBT equality are repeating the colonialist narrative.Why Africa’s Turning Anti-Gay
March 31, 2014
Its foundational ideology, stripped of colonialist doubletalk, was simply one of white supremacy.Nelson Mandela Was Undeniably Great But He Doesn’t Need a Halo
December 6, 2013
If Einat Wilf does not think Zionism was a colonialist project, maybe she should take that up with Theodor Herzl.Wilf’s Colonialism Denial
April 20, 2012
- the policy and practice of a power in extending control over weaker peoples or areasAlso called: imperialism
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Word Origin and History for colonialist
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Control that is economic and cultural, rather than political, is often called neocolonialism.
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