Compare & Contrast Mowgli's Brothers by Rudyard Kipling

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Late Nineteenth Century: Kipling and other British imperialists staunchly believe in the benefits of colonization and its positive effect on economy, justice, and public health worldwide.

Today: Historians and modern politicians alike are quick to note that imperialism, regardless of the era, has a dire impact on indigenous cultures.

Late Nineteenth Century: Conservatism dictates the social code under which men and women interact. Women and men are expected to remain reserved under all social circumstances.

Today: Men and women alike are believed to be empowered with creativity and are encouraged to show their individuality and to think "outside the box." Television shows featuring extreme behavior and achievement are popular.

Late Nineteenth Century: Strict adherence to code and law is imperative to being a good, upstanding citizen. There is little flexibility in conservatism and the Victorian order must be upheld at all costs.

Today: Adherence to the law...

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