Topic Sentences. Topic Sentences need to have the same subject and argument as your thesis statement. While your thesis has 3 areas of focus, your topic sentence will only have one. Thesis Statement.
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Topic Sentences need to have the same subject and argument as your thesis statement.
While your thesis has 3 areas of focus, your topic sentence will only have one.
Europeans comprehended their influx as a supplement to the advancement of African society as well as to their own; however the detriments created from this period of time could not possibly compensate for the corrupting the Africans’ governments, exploiting African economies, and decimating African communities and cultures.
The Europeans imperialized Africa by making their way to the heart of the native cultures and breaking it apart and introducing a new political power, religion and different ways of economical production.
Heated disputes between economic rivals intensified in the nineteenth-century as the Industrial Revolution led to European nations competing for trade which was beneficial to European business rather than to African lives.
The European countries came to Africa in search of a new market that would benefit their economy.
Christian missionaries spread their religion throughout the native colonies in hope that the natives would convert and join Christianity.
The coming of white missionaries foreshadowed the Africans’ separation from tradition.
European imperialists wanted to gain as much territory as they could get their hands on and establish a new government that would rule the natives living there.
In fear of domination from other governments, European nations did all they could to maintain political prestige which led to a race for supremacy.