Strangers in Their Own Land: A Century of Colonial Rule in the Caroline and Marshall Islands #2020

Strangers in Their Own Land: A Century of Colonial Rule in the Caroline and Marshall Islands By Francis X. Hezel Strangers in Their Own Land A Century of Colonial Rule in the Caroline and Marshall Islands None
  • Title: Strangers in Their Own Land: A Century of Colonial Rule in the Caroline and Marshall Islands
  • Author: Francis X. Hezel
  • ISBN: 9780824816421
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • Together with The First Taint of Civilization A History of the Caroline and Marshall Islands in Pre Colonial Days, 1521 1885, these texts represent the only major survey history of the former Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands the present day Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, and Republic of the Marshall Islands The first volume covers the pre colonial era, and the second volume covers the region s colonization by Spain, Germany, [...]


    • Ambitious and sweeping history of a complicated story of many nations Father Hezel presents this history well in an articulate manner, noting that the islanders have interacted with colonial powers in a savvy, sophisticated way If I were to quibble, his chararacterization of the US as causing a forced march toward democracy pp 276 282 seems overly harsh Slowly educating the people to make choices using American style democracy seem relatively benevolent when compared to the way the Spanish, Germ [...]


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