Was the Conquest of Mexico Justified?

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History

 

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David C

 

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February 13, 2016

 

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University

 

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Obviously, Cortes had other plans. Whether he had concocted his scheme for the settlement of the lands he would explore when he accepted the position from Velasquez or if it was something he developed over time is unclear and irrelevant. The fact is that he was not given the power or authority to wage any type of war against the native people...
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The fact that Cortes did is a direct reflection on him, and any judgment rendered on the ensuing events must be a judgment on Cortes himself. When taking into account that the original purpose of the expedition was in no way violent, one must draw the conclusion that the many deaths that resulted from battles between the Spanish soldiers and the native warriors was largely the fault of Cortes...
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