‘Africa and U.S. Imperialism: Post-Colonial Crises and the Imperatives of the African Revolution’ | A. Azikiwe- Global Research

‘Africa and U.S. Imperialism: Post-Colonial Crises and the Imperatives of the African Revolution’ | A. Azikiwe

All exploitative and oppressed systems meet resistance from within leading to the organization and mobilization of the forces which are victimized by the ruling interests within the society. These internal struggles along with challenges from the outside result in the transformation of the system into something different that could be an advance or a step backward in the development of humanity.  Although imperialism attempted to create a system of exploitation and oppression that was insulated from internal and external attacks, these efforts proved to be futile. By the conclusion of World War I, national liberation movements and communist tendencies were well in evidence in the struggle for the overthrow of capitalism and colonialism.

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