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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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For an overview of Canadian labour historiography that bears witness to the absence of settler colonialism as a critical concept in this tradition of historical writing, see Bryan D.
Neo-colonialism emphasizes the continuance of colonialism, while post-colonialism conceals to a large extent the fact the colonialism still exists though in different and complex forms.
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During this period it remained in the clutches of colonialism. King Leopold II of the Belgians was interested in the making of colonies for securing the raw materials for his country which was then the second-most industrialized country in Europe.
Colonialism = development argument is trash as those subjugated can attest to.
Each party had its own vision, considering it to be the absolute truth, which ultimately led to power struggles within national parties and between comrades that fought together against colonialism.
Part Three of the text is titled 'Colonialism and its Impact.' It is suggested that colonialism is difficult to understand in isolation especially when it is presented as the triumph of colonisers and the inferior political and economic development of the colonies at the time of colonisation.
What we now know as the 'Third World' flows logically from what was defined as colonialism. In turn the political and economic structures of colonised, neo-colonised, and decolonised nations have been formed within the colonial process (Weiner, 2016).
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