In the development of imperialism unique circumstances occur when colonial-like, structural relationships occur with domestic populations. These circumstances produce internal tensions which become manifest in various forms. Among them are mis-education, crime, and violence. This essay will explore the particular characteristics of these manifestations as they developed within the United States. It will discuss the unique role racism plays in enhancing the contradictions in this society. It will also discuss conceptions of violence in these relationships, how they developed and their implications for twenty first century America.
Kamara, Jemadari and Van Der Meer, Tony Menelik
"On the Dialectics of Domestic Colonialism & the Role of Violence in Liberation: From Fratricide to Suicide,"
Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge:
3, Article 35.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/humanarchitecture/vol5/iss3/35