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COLONY. A union of citizens or subjects who have left their country to people another, and remain subject to the mother country. 3 W. C. C. R. 287. The country occupied by the colonists is also called a colony. A colony differs from a possession, or a dependency. (q.v.) For a history of the American colonies, the reader is referred to Story on the Constitution, book I.; 1 Kent, Com. 77 to 80; 1 Dane's Ab. Index, b. t.

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The first task, focusing on colonialism, is sub-divided into two: a focus on colonialism and the colonised and the second on the coloniser.
Solemnly proclaims the necessity of bringing to a speedy and unconditional end colonialism in all its forms and manifestations.
Meanwhile British colonialism tried to break the Indian social fabric as well.
In the course of British colonialism, Aden witnessed a huge development progress.
The book's stance of counterattack may be illustrated by such statements as this, made by Taiaiake Alfred and Jeff Corntassel: "As Indigenous peoples, the way to recover freedom and power and happiness is clear: it is time for each one of us to make the commitment to transcend colonialism as people, and for us to work together as peoples to become forces of Indigenous truth against the lie of colonialism" (144).
We really want the adoption by the new parliament of a law criminalizing French colonialism," Said Abadou told Radio Algerie Internationale.
The concept of colonialism is, together with imperialism, debatable and problematic when discussed at the cultural level and particularly in the context of analysing cultural inferences (and I would use here the concepts transfers and dependence which Even-Zohar has promoted, with respect to a different area, in a series of articles on cultural polysystem theory).
Apartheid: Apartheid and colonialism are particularly egregious crimes.
Whereas several historians have devoted considerable attention to the impact of British hill stations (which relied almost exclusively on climatic rather than hydrotherapeutic cures) on the maintenance of British colonialism in the tropics, Jennings is the first historian to devote serious attention to the role played by resorts in French colonialism in the tropics.
Roger Casement is one of the first Europeans who had a clear awareness of what colonialism was and one of the first to denounce its abuses," writes Vargas Llosa.
The purpose of this essay is to demonstrate what I believe to be the overlooked contributions of Black Awakening, not only to the theory and understanding of the process of internal colonialism, but also a documentation of a transition from a largely colonial world to a mainly neocolonial one during that process.
Commenting on what he called "this wonderful union of all countries victimized by colonialist pillaging," Rael declared that all items now in occidental museums as a result of colonialism must be returned to their original countries.