In The Wretched of the Earth
, Fanon writes, "When I look for Man in the technique and style of Europe, I see only a succession of negations of man, and an avalanche of murders." (312) Since the eighteenth century, debates of citizenship and individual rights have played a significant role in the politics of Empires. Empires routinely made choices based on maintaining power at the expense of colonial populations. Choose an example of a colony from our readings that Fanon mentions in the book and explain whether this quote applies. Consider the ideologies of empire in your chosen example as well as the realities of colonial life for subject peoples.