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Monday, October 10, 2016 7:01
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So, the government’s best estimates are that there were 54 to 114 million “Native Americans” living on this continent in 1492. A fact little known is that diseases brought by the invaders like measles, smallpox and diphtheria very rapidly spread across the continent, wiping out 90% of the indigenous population. Considering the considerable damage done resisting the invaders by the pathetically small 10% tribal survivors, I wonder just how things might have gone had the whites been confronted with full 100% warrior manpower? This would be a very different country today…
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