How does Kipling view European imperialism?

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Kipling views European imperialism as a necessary burden that must be undertaken.  His view is skewed by ethnocentrism and racism.  In Kipling's view, Asians, Africans, and Latin Americans are an inferior race of people.  They cannot possibly be expected to modernize and become...

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