As what it is today, masses amount of countries and natives were wiped away because of colonialism. The colonial period went on for quite a while and left numerous nations a durable inheritance. Countless decades passed, before the authoritative parity of its inheritance can be legitimately struck. From one perspective, it is anything but difficult to see the damaging powers that were set free; on the other, there was a record of decent commitment and want to serve the enthusiasm of the general population who had gone under colonial rule. Henceforth, when colonies were freed they were not set up to pick their own rulers and were left with parliamentary portrayal. In, “Born In Blood and Fire” by John Charles Chasteen, a professor of history of the University of North Carolina, he writes about the history of Latin America and the horrendous, radical conflicts that the natives of the land had to endure. He makes it clear that the reason for colonialism included financial misuse of the province’s common assets, colonial slavery and spreading Christianity.