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Explain the effects of colonial legacy on the development of states which were former colonies.
The colonial legacy, lead to the drafting of the constitution to make it so we are run different then the colonies.The legacy of colonialism tends to continue to impact foreign colonies. [ It makes it harder for them to develop economically, politically, and socially. ]
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