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Exploration and Colonization: The Europeans and the Natives

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The period of exploration and colonization was filled with violence between the Europeans and Natives. Was this violence inevitable? Could it have been avoided? How?

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The issue about the violence undertaken in North America during the period of colonization has been debated for centuries. Many accuse the Europeans of wrongfully conquering land that was already settled, while others make the claim that social Darwinism was at play and that the conflict was ...

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