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Throughout Earths history imperialism has done more harm that good to the smaller overpowered territories The greater more dominant nation would use and exploit the people and the land for their own use without much concern to the devastation it is causing to the land and the society of these territories The native people of the land most often loose their traditional ways of life and are thrown into the ways and ideals of the dominating nation However these people are usually taken advantage of and do not share the same equality in pay jobs and living standards as the people of the dominant nation Such an example can be seen in Cry The Beloved Country written by Alan Paton in 1946 This novel is talks about the deteriorating state the South African people and their land is in caused by modernization from the British society Stephen Kumalo a priest is brought to the city of Johannesburg from his simple country life to seek the fates of his lost family members IN the great city he sees for the first time how imperialism has affect his people their land and their society as a whole for the worst Imperialism has caused much devastation in South Africa and the only way to salvation is for the people of South Africa to regain control over their own land society and lives The deteriorating situation that Imperialism has caused on South Africa can be seen throughout the land South Africa use to be a land of beauty where even the ground is holy 3 and the people of the land use to be part of it treating it with respect After the Imperial nations began to settle in South Africa the abuse and rape of the land and its people began The land is not kept or cared for anymore and a sickness of the land 22 is poisoning everything from and of the land They
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