Difference between Colonialism Neocolonialism?

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Colonialism is when a country, tribe or group of people take over another country or area, and enforce their rules, customs and languages on the people already living there. Neocolonialism is not a direct takeover of a country, like colonialism is, and involves a country using capitalistic economics to 'take over' another country.
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Colonialism is the exploitation by a stronger nation towards a weaker nation. The use of the weaker nation's resources is to strengthen and enrich the stronger nation. Colonizing
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It depends on which definition of "neocolonialism" you're willing to accept. For me, the largest difference is colonialism was overt compared to the covert nature of neocolonialism
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Colonial builders used fieldstone, split shingles and handmade bricks in very simple fashions for their homes. Blacksmiths forged iron into hinges, handles and nails. Federal builders
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I've understood this quite simply: In colonialism, the country takes over the land and moves their own people in (often displacing the native population). The North American colonies
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