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We can say clearly that England is responsible for this success. At the time of the Berlin Conference, Portugal was really a semi colony of England. England pursued the tactic of defending Portuguese interests vigorously because it knew that, if Portugal could preserve its colonies, England would be able to exploit them as if they were its own. , from becoming prey for the other imperialist countries. In the course of the partition, they were preserved by Portugal but exploited by England as well.
This by no means meant that the colonies were disregarded; on the contrary, the idea of Portugal as an imperial power and the closer integration of the colonies and the metropole was a pillar of Salazar's theory of the New State. Portuguese colonial policy has been defined by one writer as falling into three distinct phases: the period of discoveries, the period of pacification and 'the period of exaggerated misconceptions of Portuguese colonial destiny as manifested since 1926'. The New State, incorporated in the 1930 Colonial Act and the 1933 Organic Law centralised administration (thereby countering the early twenties trend towards administrative and political autonomy) and by presenting a united imperial front showed the world that Portugal was still a force to be reckoned with.
Caetano: No Essential Change FRELIMO This extract is from Mozambique Revolution, the principalpublication of FRELIMO which appearedin DaresSalaam. It is found in No. 40, 25 September 1969, under the title 'Caetano, Capitalism,and CaboraBassa. The PortugueseEmpire Cold hard economic facts lie behind all the myths and nonsense which Caetano and others within the Fascist Portuguese government have put forward for maintaining their colonial rule in Africa. They are determined to hold on to their colonial possessions in Africa because these are the greatest source of their wealth, and they help to maintain the Fascist domina tion over Portuguese workers and peasants.
African Liberation Reader: Documents of the National Liberation Movements : The Anatomy of Colonialism by Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein