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Cecil John Rhodes: monopoly on diamond business, good in gold, and in politics, wanted British expansion everywhere Racism and nationalism forms just like with Napoleon Motives of imperialism Modern imperialism Refers to domination of industrialized countries over subject lands, specifically European powers often through ?led to increased connected ness, imperials are Europeans, US, and Japan. Domination achieved through trade, investment, and business activities Two types of modern colonialism Colonies ruled and populated by migrants ?settler colonies like North America, Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and south Africa

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