case study over discovery of america
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March 4, 2012
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Columbus’ navigation diary and further letters to the Spanish Crown portrayed a sort of “promised land” with all sorts of magnificent new discoveries and endless possibilities of financial gains, through the exploitation of gold and other minerals and products. As these early writings pursued and were successful to the effect of attracting colonizers and adventurers to join the conquest, the fate of the “New World” was decided...
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As these early writings pursued and were successful to the effect of attracting colonizers and adventurers to join the conquest, the fate of the “New World” was decided.
In 1513 Bartolome de Las Casas, a former holder of “encomienda” (a sort of feudal estate with native “Indians” as servants) was ordained priest and hence renounced to his encomienda rights...
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