Words nearby colonialism
OTHER WORDS FROM colonialismco·lo·ni·al·ist, noun, adjectiveco·lo·ni·al·is·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for colonialism
What he has said publicly is an apology for colonialism, something we are not guilty of in Cuba.
“Life was much better than now,” Botala says of colonialism.
Because it has, in the past, been a tool of racism and colonialism, and in the present, is a means of rationing health care.Were Christians Right About Gay Marriage All Along?|Jay Michaelson|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At the turn of the century, zoos displaying so-called primitive cultures were used to drum up public support for colonialism.
One hundred years ago, Senegalese natives were put on display in Norway to drum up support for colonialism.
It is a throwback to earlier days of colonialism and mercantilism and it is laden with historical memories and sensitivities.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
But it is a recurrence of the old and deep-seated malady of colonialism.
Thus the extra constitutional foundations of the Republican party have led to colonialism.
"Colonialism," moreover, has in this connection historical point and value, while "provincialism" is general and meaningless.
He had classified banks of issue, colonialism, and slavery, as well as some other things as equal parts of a mercantile program.