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Causes of Imperialism
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19th Century Imperialism
 
Most of 19th Century England, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium and the United States raced to gain control of the Pacific Australia, Asia, Africa and South America. The turmoil, cultural unrest, poverty and economic disparity have as their foundation the ambitions by the European and American imperialist.
World History New World Asia Africa Time Line Glossary
World History New World Asia Africa Timeline Glossary
Online Books
Imperialism 101 Chapter 1 of Against Empire by Michael Parenti
Mises Daily Institute Paradox of Imperialism
Imperialism: A Study by John Atkinson Hodson
Political Economy of Imperialism: Critical Appraisals
Imperialism and the Anti-Imperialist Mind by Lewis Samuel Feurer
Imperialism Story and Significance of a Political Word 1840-1960
State Imperialism and Capitalism By Joseph Schumpeter
Online Resources
Wikipedia Britannica Scholarly Articles The Age of Imperialism
HistoryWiz Gale Group LoomisChafee Fordham University
Sunnyfolk Wikispaces Social Studies Imperialism101
Theories History Haven History Today "New" European''
Imperialism Primary Resources Imperialism and the Balance of Power
Wikibooks Spunk What Causes Imperialism Consequences of Imperialism