Unformatted text preview: racial isolation which was supported by “scientific” evidence. Despite the sharp contrasts in policy, the current policy was always vigorously imposed upon the colonizers and the colonized. Whether it meant children being sent back to the motherland at a young age or fathers seeing their children as illegitimate, the colonial policy of the time seems to have been reliably carried out by colonizers. The health of families and their children were a distant afterthought to the current policies of the mother-country. These policies were always centered on maintaining colonial power and the prestige of their empire. It is not surprising that medical research. The horrific notion of superior genetics perpetuated by those in power is consistent throughout history. It is a terrible. There are very few instances where this is more pronounced than European empire building....
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- Colonialism, Ann Laura Stoler, Twentieth Century Colonial, Josh Marcus, Making Empire Respectable, European empire building