• A people who free themselves from foreign domination will be free culturally only if,
    without complexes and without underestimating the importance of positive accretions from
    oppressor and other cultures, they return to the upward paths of their own culture, which is
    nourished by the living reality of its environment, and which negates both harmful influences
    and any kind of subjection to foreign culture. Thus, it may be seen that if imperialist
    domination has the vital need to practice cultural oppression, national liberation is necessarily
    an act of culture

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