The Impacts of Capitalist Incorporation and Terrorism on Indigenous Americans

@inproceedings{Jalata2016TheIO,
  title={The Impacts of Capitalist Incorporation and Terrorism on Indigenous Americans},
  author={Asafa Jalata},
  year={2016}
}
  • Asafa Jalata
  • Published 2016
This article critically explores the essence of colonial terrorism and its consequences on the indigenous American peoples during their colonization and incorporation into the European-dominated racialized capitalist world system between the late 15 th and 19 th century. It employs multidimensional, comparative methods, and critical approaches to explain the dynamic interplay among social structures, human agency, and terrorism to explain the connection between terrorism and the emergence of… CONTINUE READING

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