Why Doesn T Communism Fit With Imperialism?

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John A, Hobson, an English economist and social scientist priorly focused on imperialism, which is the extension of control and power of one’s nation, over another. Britain was a perfect example of an “imperialist power” regarding the colonization of Africa. Yet a new form a imperialism, ofter referred as Economic Imperialism, took place when the benefits of the Industrial Revolution began showing. The passage “Does it mean that imperialism is indeed an inseparable part of capitalism” (p.201), is a question raised by Hobson as he wondered if Communism could fit with Imperialism, he wondered if they would necessarily work together?. Dominant countries such as the United States showed us, as time passed, that the benefits would be declined to

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