The Spanish found different kinds of wealth within in the New World, many of Spanish wasn’t looking wealth. They came to create a fresh start by building homes and developing the land, most of the Spanish located in the warmer climate areas. “By the end of the 16th century, promoters of colonization could argue that Europeans should establish settlements in the Americas because this territory had become, to them, a grand shopping emporium where whatever Europeans wanted could be found. Reports of travelers printed across the continent made knowledge about American resources common and encouraged further colonizing
In the midst of the Industrial Revolution, imperialism became inevitable as Europeans needed raw materials for industrialization. As time passed, Europeans grew covetous for money and goods. During the late 1800s, both Africa and China was uncontrolled and had some of the most essential raw resources and luxuries. Raw materials were required in order to keep European industrialization flourishing. Thus European government wanted economic opulence by obtaining raw materials in Africa, and by imperializing China to trade so the accumulated profit can be used to purchase Chinese goods.
When Christopher Columbus arrived he made businesses for people who wanted to work, and he made trade markets for people who wanted to buy goods from the old world such as jewelry, jewels, spices, perfume, etc; only the wealthy bought such items. However, he did create "the service of slavery", due to the high death rate from the upper class, Without the upper class, he wouldn 't have been as wealthy, so he came up with an idea. His theory, relied on the assumption that most of the poor, who did not contribute or increase his bank account, would take care of the wealthy then maybe the wealthy wouldn 't be as sick; therefore, they would buy his goods
What the Bourbon crown did economically was open areas for silver to be extracted more easily in New Spain soil, it made sure the church was again under their control, and it instigated a new political ruling class. (Meyer et al) The political state of reforms of the Bourbon crown was to ultimately centralize the colonial administration, yet what ended up happening was that the bureaucracy was expanded (Meyer et al, 2010) The political reforms of the Bourbon crown were to regain control and order, although successful to some extent their reforms only led to further resentment from other countries and their colonies’ people. They’re reforms seemed to only be successful for Spain’s upper-class folk, not so much for New Spain’s lower class. The Bourbon crown decided to focus a vast amount of their expenses on building up a military to ward away possible invaders who wanted to take rule of their colonies and also Spain. This made the Bourbons want to build up their military in order
The establishment of New France rested on their need of furs rather than agricultural settlements. Considering the small white population compared to the mass amount of Natives in North America, the French depended on good relations with Native Americans. The main person to blame the good relationship between the Natives is Samuel de Champlain, who founded the region of New France. In contrast to the usual ideals of Europeans, Champlain “insisted on religious toleration for all Christians and denied that Native Americans were intellectually or culturally inferior to Europeans,” (Foner 38). He imagined creating a civilization where people of multiple cultural backgrounds can live together peacefully.
French and Indian War The French and the British both competed with each other for control over land in North America. It was essential to both their economies as the fur was extremely profitable hence both side wanted to maximise their control over the resources and optimise their alliances with the Indians. Fearing English expansions the French sought to make a link between New France and their colonies in Louisiana in order to create a military barrier to the English. They aimed to do this through the Ohio River which were controlled by the Ohio River tribes: the Seneca, the Delaware and the Shawnee. These tribes relied neither on the French nor on the British for their provisions, they were largely self-sufficient and had an economy based largely on farming and hunting not
On the economy it was believed that the previous attempts by the Company to introduce free market competition had undermined traditional power structures and bonds of loyalty placing the peasantry at the mercy of merchants and money-lenders. On a political level, it was also felt that the previous lack of consultation between rulers and ruled had been yet another significant factor in contributing to the uprising. Indians were thus drawn into government at a local level. But this policy turned out to be blatantly discriminatory in favor of the Hindus as was manifest in the support the British gave them in their political awakening and mobilization in the late eighties and beyond. Hindu-Muslim Political
Literature Review Brain Drain Brian drain can be defined as moving highly qualified human capital to foreign countries for certain reasons like (Ray, 1971) has stated in his study that brain drain and un-employment co-exist particularly in developing countries both are because of non-utilization of qualified human personnel it can either be internal or external brain drain. Further is stated in his study “Any desire or plan to stem the brain drain is obviously not motivated simply by a desire to hold people within the political boundaries of the home country. If it were so, the solution could be very simple.”(Ray, 1971). Brain drain from developing countries to the developed countries is an enduring problem like (Körner, 1998) has discussed in his study that rapid industrialization, economic and social consequences are might be the reason that people are moving from developing to developed countries and in addition to that “Professionally and academically qualified workers are still migrating from country to country, and in growing numbers as a result of the increasing globalization of economic relationships, in the sense of the global interdependence of production, consumption and knowledge creation.”(Körner, 1998) Many factors contribute the brain drain of qualified personnel it can either by lifestyle, economic conditions, job satisfaction or any other like (Amore, 2000) shared in his study “My part in Brain Drain” that improved life style, economic crises and better job
This angered the American colonists who wanted to keep their local government control and expand into new farmlands. To the American colonists, it seemed Britain was taking the side of the Native Americans, increasing tensions between the colonists and the British. Therefore, with other failed policies of the British government, such as the Sugar Act (1764), this inspired the American War of Independence. Due to American success, the Treaty of Paris (1783) ended the War and Britain agreed to new boundaries of the American nation. Independence enabled colonists to create a new constitution based
The British economy was gradually becoming more and more reliant on this overseas empire; this did not arise cost-free to the native people of India. By the start of the 1800s, Indian people were under rule of the imperial British and were required to obey to their economic standards, this lead to the use of native Indian people on plantations in the early 19th century. The British motto the Indian people as cruel and as well as using natives on plantations with little or no pay, took some of the more radical individuals and attempted to convert them to Christianity and educate them. This appeared to be helpful to the native people but through the eyes of the imperials, but it was corruption of both cultural and civil aspects. The imperial British thought that their influence on Indian society was furthering the evolution of the people.