The Problems of Colonialism

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The argument seems inconsistent on the surface – Gideon serves the Farquars, he is happy, they support his family – but consistent at a deeper level – Gideon makes a strict distinction between himself and the white people.
The argument is persuasive because it continues to illustrate the many ways Indians need to overcome the past. The repetitiousness of the article detracts from it though because the reader begins seeking new information.
Other clarifying statements: It means the ending of poverty and ignorance and disease and inequality of opportunity. . To bring freedom and opportunity to the common man, to the peasants and workers of India. to fight and end poverty and ignorance and disease. to build up a prosperous, democratic and progressive nation, and to create social, economic and political institutions which will ensure justice and fullness of life to every man and woman.
The problems of colonialism are generally thought to have not been recognized in earlier times and are thus only now being discovered. However, there are many texts, both in fiction and non-fiction, that indicate the problems of colonialism were widely recognized and simply ignored in the face of tremendous profits and the ability to suppress. These texts reveal the inconsistencies of colonialism and its tendency to place the colonized people, regardless of their own values, abilities, and talents, at a somehow sub-human status as if they were naturally intended to serve the desires and greed of the white people who came to rule over them. By examining several viewpoints of colonialism, one can begin to get a clearer understanding of how this particular social convention served to damage not only the indigenous people but also the so-called conquering heroes, the colonizers themselves.