What Conflicts And Differences Divided India's Nationalist Movement?

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Chapter 23 Margin Notes- Independence and Development in the Global South
1) What was distinctive about the end of Europe’s African and Asian empires compared to other cases of imperial disintegration? Europe’s African and Aisian empires were distinctive compared to other cases of imperial disintegration, because no other empire had been so centralized on the ideology of mobilization of masses. None of the other empires had been an excess of nation-states, each claiming an equal place in the world of nation-states either.
2) What international circumstances and social changes contributed to the end of colonial empires? The end of colonial empires was contributed to international social changes, since the world wars had weakened Europe, it discredited them, and there was little sense of European moral superiority. The United States
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Some conflicts and differences that divided India’s nationalist movements were the conflicts between leaders, and religion divisions between the Hindus and Muslims. This problem was years old, and became an even bigger problem when Muslims believed that Gandhi wasn’t including them fairly in his revolution. There was also separation between political statuses that made conflicts for India’s attempt to be independent, such as people being in different social classes, and some people not being educated at all.
7) Why was African majority rule in South Africa delayed until 1994, whereas the overthrow of European colonialism had occurred much earlier in the rest of Africa and Asia? African majority rule in South America was delayed until 1994 because South Africa 's struggle was not against European colonial power. Independence was given to elite white, whom didn’t want to have equality with the blacks in Africa. Africa also had a modern economy which made it harder to have a revolution.
8) How did South Africa’s struggle against white domination change over

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