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What are indigenous people?
the earliest known group to inhabit a region
someone who settles an uninhabited territory
people who travel to a region outside of their own
individuals who settle an already-inhabited territory

A?
Which correctly describes the positive impact of European imperialism?
Imperialist powers established human rights initiatives for native inhabitants.
Imperialist powers sought social change through self-government.
Imperialist powers promoted their own interests over the well-being of indigenous peoples.
Imperialist powers provided political unity and economic improvements to their colonies.

C?

asked by Bri
  1. Yes. Both answers are right.

    However, the positive impact only affected the colonizers, not the native people.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Agree with A on the first question, but is C a "positive impact" on the second?

    posted by PsyDAG
  3. thank you

    posted by Bri
  4. You're welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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