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Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness was written during a time in which A. Great Britain was losing its hold on its global empire. B. Great Britain was engaged in fighting for survival against Hitler. C. Great Britain was enjoying the pinnacle of its global influence. D. Great Britain was experiencing a surge in African immigration.
Weegy: D. Great Britain was expanding its imperial power throughout the world. Africans were immigrating to Great Britain as well. User: Which of the following is the most accurate statement about the Belgian Congo in which Heart of Darkness is set? A. The British ruled the area with a mind toward justice and economic opportunities for local peoples. B. The indigenous peoples of African nations enjoyed a new era of prosperity due to the West's hunger for resources. C. Western industrialism created a need for African resources that often resulted in the decimation of local populations. D. Dutch and Belgian governments in the region competed to provide the best economic incentives for local populations. Weegy: B. The indigenous peoples of African nations enjoyed a new era of prosperity due to the West's hunger for resources. User: The writer Joseph Conrad A. was part owner of a rubber plantation. B. had a first career as an attorney in England. C. worked for a group trying to save African elephants. D. used his writing in part to work for social justice. Weegy: D. used his writing in part to work for social justice. (More)
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Which of the following is an example of an exploitation colony? A. India B. Australia C. Great Britain D. the United States
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India is an example of an exploitation colony.
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