This effect was economically positive because the British created new goods and crops that were available for the natives to buy. If Africans had the right to certain goods, then that meant there was more equality as well. According to Document #2, written by Dadabhai Naoroji, an Indian leader and writer, in Bombay, India in 1871. He made this document to explain the advantages and disadvantages of the imperialism to the British government and the natives as well. He gives economic reasons to back up his facts about what is good or harmful for the area he lives in.
It was mostly negative because the workers had bad conditions and low pay.With low pay they wouldn’t have enough money to maintain them or their families. The effect of the imperialism in Africa for social is positive because the British helped on getting rid of slavery which help Africans have better opportunities such as helping finding a cure and expanding their education. The most important thing about social is that they got rid of slavery because it wasn’t fair for Africans to work with low pay for the hard work they did, when without slavery they are able to do better
The way in which the colonies made enough money to support England was based off as the geography of the land and how conducive the use of agriculture and cash-crops would be. The different climates of the New England and Chesapeake created different economies for each. In New England, the economy was based on shipbuilding and fishing because of long winters and the rocky soil that was not fertile. New England colonies, founded by primarily large families, only had small family farms as a result of the climate and turned to trade and industry rather than agriculture. The lack of need for farming for the economy led to the abolishment of slavery, as it was seen as unnecessary based off the economy.
By 1857, the British, through the East India Company, directly ruled two thirds of India. The remaining third was overseen by Indian princes who paid tribute to the British. The British not only dominated the Indian economy, sending profits back to Britain: they also imposed their values on the Indian people by preventing Indian soldiers from occupying high ranking positions in the army and introducing social and land reforms. Thus, even though the British government was not engaged in direct imperialism, the British East India Company still had a strong, controlling hand in the Indian way of life. To begin with, it can be observed that the British colonizers did indeed improve Indian civilization by developing means of communication and transport further than what had already been established.
After crating the Suez Canal Britain had a free market and a huge economical advantage because of the shorter route to Asia, the canal saves the European ships from going around Africa to going stright to Asia, it gained more money and goods fror using the Canal. After the British left, Sudan is now and independent country that rules it self and runs its own economy but, since they left Sudan was ruled by the Arabian-Muslim side of Sudan despite the fact that the government was changed several times and it didn’t work, the two sides (Muslim and Christian) can’t agree to either be peaceful nor live together. At the time Cristians wanted a Christian ruler Muslims want their Muslim ruler (Omar Albasheer) which created a racial tension between the
One of the most controversial of these is the impact its’ invention had on slavery in America. Instead of slavery becoming obsolete which was the inspiration behind this invention, the cotton gin actually contributed to a massive explosion in the growth of slavery. Whitney thought his invention would decrease the labor involved in production of cotton which in turn would decrease the need for slaves. However, the cotton gin just changed how slaves were used in the production of cotton and did not decrease their need. The cotton gin increased cotton productivity which increased profits for farmers.
United States has always had a good government structural system and lead other countries in the world to do the same. Although we did have a point in time were slavery was a huge economic profit, it was not right. Just as Tocqueville stated “Thus it is in the United States that the prejudice which repels the Negroes seems to increase in proportion as they are emancipated, and inequality is sanctioned by the manners while it is effaced from the laws of the country. But if the relative position of the two races that inhabit the United States is such as I have described, why have the Americans abolished slavery in the North of the Union, why do they maintain it in the South, and why do they aggravate its hardships? The answer is easily given.
Nigeria’s diverse past traditions provide many culture ideas(Gall, Hobby, “nigeria”). Since Europeans went to Africa to sign so-called peace treaties, as a result this caused imperialism. Nigerians have a long history of music, traditional dancing, visual art, and oral literature. Modern drama, opera, cinema, films, and written literature build on Nigeria 's cultural heritage(Gall, Hobby, “nigeria”). “Africa has great mineral wealth, including huge deposits of copper, diamonds, gold, and petroleum.
Imperialism and Colonization have played a very big role in shaping up the world. Looking at some of the advantages and disadvantages of these two practices a few only stands out: for instance imperialism helped to shape Africa politically and culturally by having the Europeans’ economic and technological power reshape their country. It tried to help Africa become a global economy as both a supplier of raw materials and purchaser of manufactured goods, to name a few. One of the biggest disadvantages of imperialism is cultural imperialism; many invaded countries lost their identities because they were forced to adapt the culture of the dominating
The colonists depended on Great Britain to provide them with the manufactured goods they were accustomed to back in Europe. However this was not a one sided relationship, the British government depended on the resources found in the colonies to help the British economy improve. The British economy partially relied on the resources from the colonies for them to produce manufactured goods, and then sell them back to the colonies. This relationship mutually benefited both participants because the colonists needed the manufactured goods and Britain needed the resources. Not only was this aspect of the relationship beneficial, but it also enriched the economy of both groups.
It raised the United States tariffs to unreasonably high levels. Although the tariff made life hard, it did not cause the Great Depression. The Hawley-Smoot Tariff became a symbol of the “beggar-thy-neighbor" policies, which were policies designed to improve a person’s own lot at the expense of others. These policies contributed to the decline of international trade. The original intent of the Act was to preserve mainly the agricultural jobs in America and protect the people from foreign agricultural imports.
He also regulated agriculture, which helped increase industry. Roosevelt did everything he could to help America out of it 's depression. He could have done more charities or given food or money, but I think that falls under the same idea of helping the unemployed. The advantages of the New Deal was that it focused on all aspects of the Great Depression. Not only did it help recover the economy, but tried to put policies in place to prevent it from happening.
In this case we can visualize that as Imperial power spread by cause of the Civilizing mission, so too did influence and culture, effectively shrinking the globe. After the first World War the civilizing mission aided globalization through the Mandate system. This system allowed Imperial powers the ability to influence less civilized nations based on the idea that they needed help to become more modernized. In the Peace Treaty of which the Mandate system is outlined, Article 22 stated that the Imperial powers should have varying levels of influence based on how developed a country already was, which happened to be more about how much like the British the nation was. Of course these new spheres of influence shrunk the world again as nations such as Britain, France, Japan, Belgium, Australia and New Zealand gained new access into the Mandated nations.