Similar words: colonial, colony, vandalism, mutualism, journalism, capitalism, federalism, commensalism. Meaning: [-lɪzəm] n. exploitation by a stronger country of weaker one; the use of the weaker country's resources to strengthen and enrich the stronger country.
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1 Marx never lost an opportunity to castigate colonialism.
2 The town grew under the influence of colonialism.
3 It is interesting to reflect why European colonialism ended.
4 Colonialism has left an indelible imprint on the island.
5 Colonialism is especially fertile ground for nationalist ideas.
6 British colonialism led to the establishment of a large empire.
7 Colonialism in different forms is a perennial theme of history.
8 It is true that colonialism did not bequeath much to Africa.
9 For black people, similarly, colonialism has left its imprint.
10 The issue of colonialism is of extreme importance.
11 Colonialism had both positive and negative aspects.
12 Political development under colonialism is conceived of as institutional change within the political system.
13 There was Diop and slavery and New World colonialism and whatnot.
14 The history of tobacco growing is intimately associated with colonialism and slavery.
15 Deviate from socialism and China will inevitably retrogress to semi - feudalism and semi - colonialism .
16 He claims that most Western aid to the Third World is just colonialism in disguise.
17 But women beyond the West were also waging another kind of battle: against colonialism and for independence.
18 The Utterwords and the Hushabyes represent, respectively,[www.Sentencedict.com] the last vestiges of Colonialism and Bohemianism.
19 By 1910, therefore, expansionism had turned into overt and formal colonialism.
20 These processes were inaugurated by merchant capitalism and were to become more developed during the subsequent period of colonialism and neo-colonialism.
21 Such studies tend to ignore the influence of economic relationships on the development of the state apparatus under colonialism.
22 There is nobody now who does not feel uncomfortable about the way colonialism began.
23 Passage of the bill could allow Puerto Rico to free itself from the chains of colonialism.
24 Nehru saw himself as the central figure; the veteran of the fight against colonialism and the apostle of non-alignment.
25 Subjects within international relations include war, interstate conflict resolution, international law, regional alliances, colonialism(sentencedict.com), and international organizations.
26 It can even be detected as an element in the last days of colonialism.
27 They tend to blame all of Africa's woes on colonialism.
28 As with other institutions in the Third World education has been heavily influenced by colonialism.
29 These are the kinds of conflict recognized as lying behind the bureaucratic politics of colonialism.
30 Its doctrine was self-sufficiency and the Fabian socialism that Nehru's generation imbibed during the struggle against colonialism.
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