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Solved by verified expert :Henry Louis Gates, Jr., has written, “. . . for those . . . who value the survival of diverse human culturesin just the way naturalists value the diversity of flora and fauna—the march of international corpo- rate capitalism is not without its mournful aspect. In Tibet, an intricate culture of Buddhist worship has been tragically disrupted and weakened by a brutal, deliberate state policy of cultural extirpation. In neighboring Nepal, a highly evolved practice of Hindu worship has been similarly disrupted and weakened, not by a hostile state regime but by the BBC World Service, Coca-Cola, Michael Jackson— in short, the encroachments of Western consumer culture.”Do you agree that the processes he speaks of are similar or equivalent? Are they equally malevolent?