03-26-09 Decolonization adn Colonial Resistance

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03/26/09 Decolonization and Colonial Resistance I. Decolonization: An Overview a. 1945-70s was the height of decolonization b. Imperialism didn’t end because people felt bad about it c. WWII became an effort about saving the world from fascism d. European powers were exhausted; militarily and economically spent e. 1950s was a time that looked at impact of imperialism on its subjects f. Fanon wrote about the psychological damage in African men due to imperialism g. Writers began looking at the contradictions in imperialism h. A complicated process – Europe making states that never existed, artificial things put together for geopolitical reasons i. Pitting of different groups together fuel the conflicts and genocides during this time j. 1917 beginning of dividing world into two camps II. Resistance i. Marxism becomes answer to imperialism 1. Non-European countries take up only parts of Marxism 2. USSR uses Marxism as an aid to imperialism 3. Ho Chi Minh says Marxism needs to think about colonialism
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course HIST 104 taught by Professor Lerner during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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