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How do legacy of colonialism contribute to some of the economic issues facing Caribbean countries today?

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How do legacy of colonialism contribute to some of the economic issues facing Caribbean countries today?

How do legacy of colonialism contribute to some of the economic issues facing Caribbean countries today?

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How do legacy of colonialism contribute to some of the economic issues facing Caribbean countries today? - Book to use: Understanding the Contemporary: Caribbean 2nd Edition, edited by Richard S. Hillman & Thomas J. D`Agostino. I need writer to use quotation marks. Please make sure to use quotation marks. and please make sure to only use sources I attached to the file. thanks
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[Name] [Course] [Institution] [Professor] [Date] Colonialism is the domination of one country over another, involving suppression of the people of the dominated country. Stanford Philosophy encyclopedia defines it as “The practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another”. The word colonialism comes from the Latin words colonus ` that means farmer ` and imperium ` which translates to command. Over the years, distinction between colonialism and imperialism has been causing resulted in confusion of experts and laymen involved in the study of the area. This is due to the fact that both colonialism and imperialism involve domination and control (Stanford Encyclopedia). The Caribbean has been stereotyped as a “tropical paradise according to the popular image perceived of the region” (Hillman & Agostino, 2003). In effect, its importance has been underestimated. Many political and ideological movements that sprung up from the Caribbean have received international recognition and reactions. The Caribbean has been a source of great musicians like Bob Marley, politicians like Colin Powell, who cites Jamaican origin, Baseball players mainly from the Dominican republic and other Caribbean nations and many more. Political-Religious ideologies like Rastafarianism that arose from Jamaica have received global recognition. The geo-political importance of the Caribbean area can be seen by the fact that this is the region the United States has interfered with most on issues involving economic systems, drug wars and security. It is a notable fact that the Caribbean has been a focus of external influence. The Europeans installed their control in the area. “The French controlled Haiti, the British controlled Jamaica, Barbado...

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