Jules Ferry's Economic Argument For Imperial Expansion

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Using specific examples from the primary source, address the following questions. 1. What was Jules Ferry’s economic argument for imperial expansion? Why had colonies recently gained greater economic value? Jules Ferry’s economic argument for imperial expansion was how largely his interests were in major continental expansion. The only way to expand is to have economic ideas such as trading and industrialization to produce enough wealth for the population, ideas of civilization within people, roads, money, and ideas of politics and patriotism. Other colonies had recently gained greater economic value through expanding export markets. Which, produced enough trade in different parts of France or other colonies, making them be able to sell and
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