In the late 1800's and early 1900's in Europe, the expansion of imperialism was caused by economic,

Bright side of things native people were able to have

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bright side of things Native people were able to have some benefit too, since they traded with Europeans they in return for new machinery and weaponry. They also were able to meet and get to know a whole new world. But it did not last long because the white people began to persecute natives and try to force European culture on them. For Example, they tried to force christianity on them and other things that natives were not familiar with. Militaristic actions affected natives mostly negatively through foreign powers. The results of imperialism did not justify its practice. Foreigners came and invaded the home to many long practiced traditions and cultures by the natives. Europeans and other foreigners justified their actions through saying that they were called to have higher authority over the lower races (natives); and they were to keep them civilized (document 4). Also, that God himself called them to go as missionaries and convert native people to christianity (document 3), which most of the time consisted through forceful actions. Thoroughfare the native people had to suffer too much to get to the betterment of foreign countries.
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  • Fall '16
  • LawrenceWhite
  • Colonialism, Native Americans in the United States

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