Analyze what Takaki means by the racialization of savagery. How did it influence crosscultural relations between Europeans and Native Americans and transplan

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The racial slights, slurs, insults and abuse (verbal or otherwise) prompted the writing and publishing of this book which spanned a massive diversity of race and enveloping the idea that aims to understand a people's normal or abnormal behavior. Basically, this book only proves that the survival of the fittest and strongest applies to all kinds of people however educated, civilized, religious and open-minded you believe you are…

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Takaki meant that racialization of savagery is how one defines the multi-cultural diversity confined in the country that time. It's the political correctness that seemed to hug the essence of scholars and literary greats that was. It is the greed and hope and the changing demographics we have only seen recently but happened to unfold throughout history shaping its people in the process. The very boundlessness of this ethnic and racial difference generated a need to impose interior borders. The idea of preserving racial homogeneity while becoming a multicultural society baffled the policymakers of the new nation. Thus, the introduction of trade opened the market for interaction, perspectives and views that helped fuel multiculturalism and its ensuing debates. Cohesiveness in a society and its norms were preserved to be later handed down to generations ahead.
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