Grammatical Person and Neocolonialism

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Neocolonialism

Neocolonialism

The survey topic for this paper is neocolonialism. In the survey we gave a series of questions that referenced the candidate’s feelings on the United States and neocolonialism. I interviewed three people. My interviews where met with questions about the definition of this topic. Once the definition was given two of the candidates had definite opinions and the third declined for a lack of understanding on the topic. Question number one was, (Do you feel the United States of America is neocolonialist country?). In both interviews both candidates responded yes. Question number two asked how this directly affected them. Both people gave reference to the cost and hard ship it causes the country. Question number three asked how this indirectly affects us. One candidate responded that it produces a bad image of the U.S.A. The next respondant felt as though it gets us mixed up in needless wars with mixed agenda’s. Question three asked how we influence other countries with our political and economic sanctions. The first candidate answered that by policing the world we get overly involved in others policies and way of life and try to reform others way of life. Candidate two felt the sanctions whether heavy or light directly affects the country economically and socially in positive ways. He felt it creates trust among the other countries. In presenting my survey on Neocolonialism, I have found that there are some that didn’t really know what Neocolonialism was. It’s when a powerful country is involving in the affairs of a non-powerful country. When explained, my experienced was that in the interview some felt that the U.S. was meddling in other countries affairs and it wasn’t our business to intrude. Some have believed that we are affected by this, when gas prices have gone up and food is becoming expensive. That has been my experience in presenting this survey. The experience in the neocolonialism survey is that many people...
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