Columbus The Villain

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If these actions do not constitute villainy, I don't know what does. Also, Columbus could be described as a self-centered and delusional man. His critics have described him as not a genius, but a "stubborn ego maniac who convinced himself that the world was about 25 percent smaller than it actually is...
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He even went so far as to believe that he was getting "personal messages from above". Columbus does not deserve to be praised for the discovery of America. In short, if he didn't do it, someone else would have within 10 years. He was not the only one who believed that the earth was round, and the ideas of similar voyages had been previously proposed...
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