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Imperialism: With and Without Masks and Sugar-Coated Bullets

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by: James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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Publication Date: December 8, 2016
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 390
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781946447180
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Book Synopsis
What is Imperialism? This is a term and construct that is commonly used in rhetoric yet often ill-defined or undefined. Is imperialism a set of policies and crimes of the few to control the many?; or is it a whole system with varied interacting dimensions? How and under what conditions does imperialism emerge? Who wins if anyone, and who loses if anyone, typically? What masks does it wear and what carrots and sticks does it use for a few to rule the many on so many levels: historico-geographical; politico-legal; economic; socio-cultural; technological. These are but some of the questions explored in this book of readings on different cases as well as dimensions of, imperialism, as a globalized, historically unique and specific system-empire-complex system, that has many features in common with but some differences also from, classical colonialism. What about genocide and imperialism? Are there historical connections and interests in common between colonialism, imperialism and genocide?
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James M. Craven, a U.S. and Canadian citizen, a Vietnam-Era veteran of the U.S. Army former tenured professor of economics and geography taught over 30 years graduate and undergraduate levels, in the U.S, Canada, Europe, China, India, Puerto Rico and on Indigenous Reserves; a biographical subject in "Marquis Who's Who in" The World; America; The West; Science and Engineering; Finance and Industry/Business; American Education;
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