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1 RUNNING HEAD: CASE STUDY Case Study: Imperialism and Exploitation Krystal Rojas Chamberlain College HIST410N-10234
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2 RUNNING HEAD: CASE STUDY Social Darwinism is a variety of principles that came about in the late 1800s, that were developed by Charles Darwin. The idea that started this was he believed that humans are naturally animals that should fight for survival or receive little help to survive. The principles that aroused were from theory of evolution used to justify political, social, or economic views. The main key to remember about social Darwinism is that these people who believed in it, seen it as “survival of the fittest.” This meant that people had such great power because they felt they were better than everyone in the public. Another key concept is it was used to rationalize racism, imperialism, and social inequality. The “White Man’s Burden” has motivations and consequences that Kipling represents throughout the poem. The motivations for this poem were to gain control of territorial parts. The poem focused on imperialism from other countries and the United States. It focused on speaking about raw materials that were growing from industrial western nations. It even spoke about
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