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Christopher Columbus

Summary: Christopher Columbus - good or bad?
Society today recognizes the name Christopher Columbus as the man who changed the views, lifestyles, politics, and geography of the fifteenth century. Columbus discovered a world known to no man; he discovered the "New World." Society does not recognize the consequences that came with the discovery of this world. Biased history books blind many, where Columbus is depicted as a "great explorer," making friends with the natives and creating a wonderful new way of life for all. I too have been misguided in my education about Christopher Columbus. "Explore, discover and develop, or seek, destroy, and conquer."

The reputation of Christopher Columbus has not survived the study of history. Columbus was an Italian, Spanish navigator born in 1451, who sailed west on a transatlantic voyage in attempt to find a sea route to Asia. He was unable to succeed, and on October 12, 1492, two distant worlds unintentionally met for the...

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