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Clash Of Cultures
A discussion on why the colonists succeeded in taking over the southeastern United States.
# 143090 | 1,500 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2009 | US

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This paper is an attempt to explain why the colonists, largely outnumbered, managed to take over the southeastern United States despite facing highly organized and civilized peoples. The essay asserts that the natives simply were not equipped to compete with acquisitive, Western, Christian culture.

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"When the colonists of the United States encountered the native peoples of the American southeast, they found not primitive, ill-organized bands, but sophisticated nations, groups that had organized themselves into political and social systems. It was only with the passage of time and the gradual impact of cultural imperialism that the colonists overcame these peoples and destroyed their cultural systems. The Geopolitical Environment: The geopolitical environment in which the American colonists entered the lands of the various tribes of the American..."

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