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The motives for 19th century European imperialism were the expansion and increase in power of different countries.

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Answer this questio Countries that had not participated in earlier waves of imperialism began to establish empires. n…

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Imperialism, according to most proponents of its causes, is the final stage of advanced capitalism. There was no advanced capitalism until the end of the 19th century. Even Adam Smith wrote about capitalism only in the late 18th century. Smith had no predictions on how capitalism might develop into imperialism.

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imperialism was the taking over of a smaller or weaker nation or regional by stronger countries , which were later knwn as mother countries.imerialism lasted from the 1800s-1900s, this was most common in european countries, which started due to the need of balance of power ,nationalism, and economic motives.

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