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"A Passage to India" by E. M Forster.
Racism, colonialism and imperialism are related in many ways. They all have cultural relationships that span time. From the earliest days of civilization until today, the relationship of the three can be identified clearly. Racism is a thought or belief that one race is better than the other. Imperialism is the national policy or practice of acquiring foreign territories or establishing dominance over other nations. Colonialism is a policy by which a nation maintains or extends control over foreign dependencies. Wherever there is imperialism, racism and colonialism accompany it with…
- "A Passage to India" by E. M Forster.
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