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

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.


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  1. Yes. Both answers are right.

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

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

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  3. thank you

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  4. You're welcome.

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