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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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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.
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