4Motivations to Establish Empire International economic and political competitionDemand for natural resourcesDemand for cheap laborSearch for new marketsRacism and ethnocentrism
5Necessary Conditions for Building Empire Political stabilityWealthTechnological superiorityLarge PopulationSense of purposePatriotism?Racism?Religious conversion?
6How are mercantilism, the Industrial Revolution and Imperialism connected? Accumulation of National WealthIncreased ProductionConsumer GoodsNeed More ResourcesNeed New MarketsIndustrialization
7Two Stages of Imperialism First Stage: ConquestUsually requires military forceEconomic and political manipulationSecond Stage:ColonialismImperial power establishes a government through which it controls the affairs of the nationDirectImperial power sends its own officials to ruleIndirectImperial power rules through existing leaders (natives)
8Establishing Colonialism Imperial powerSets up government and economic systemsTurns native population into laborersTaxationRequires natives to become consumersEx: Export wheat, sell cerealImposes “education” and religion on native population
9African ProverbUntil Lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter
10Which story or perspective of imperialism became the dominant one? Hunter or the Lion“Modernizing”“Civilizing”“Progress”“Uplift”“Robbed, cheated”“Racism”“Set back”“Oppression”Which story or perspective of imperialism became the dominant one?