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James Hanna WRTG 3020 – Colonialism and Imperialism Dr. Doyle Fall 2007 Clashing and Conversing: A look at Multicultural Unity and Strife The combining of varying peoples and cultures one particular place has long been equitable to the mixing of oil and water. They may stay together geographically, even at times seeming to form a cohesive group, but in the end differences will arise that make further unity impossible and a split through either political, economic, or military means inevitable. This point is driven home through the historical analysis of Edward Said’s “Andalusia’s Journey”, and then is further solidified by Samuel Huntington’s “The Clash of civilizations?.” Both of which serve to exhibit how conflict based upon cultural acceptance and rejection has been and will continue to be a key factor in all aspects of global development. To begin with one must look at Said and his historical references to Andalusia’s long, temoltous journey to become what it is today, a prime example of attempted
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