Albert Galloway Keller Quote

The fundamental ideas of colonization are a movement of population and an extension of political power; because it is allied to them both, colonization is therefore to be distinguished on the one hand from migration, and on the other from conquest in the broad sense.


Colonization: A Study of the Founding of New Societies (1908), Ch. 1 : Definition and Classification

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The fundamental ideas of colonization are a movement of population and an extension of political power; because it is allied to them both,...

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The fundamental ideas of colonization are a movement of population and an extension of political power; because it is allied to them both,...

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The fundamental ideas of colonization are a movement of population and an extension of political power; because it is allied to them both,...

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The fundamental ideas of colonization are a movement of population and an extension of political power; because it is allied to them both,...