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the nature of European expansion in the early modern period

Here are two statements about the nature of European expansion in t...

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the nature of European expansion in the early modern period

Here are two statements about the nature of European expansion in the early modern

a. European expansion was driven by a variety of motives including economic greed, missionary zeal, and the strategic interests of European nations.

b. Although Europeans made different claims about their motives, the fundamental reason for European expansion was economic. Control of resources and trade underlay the vast majority of European actions in the world.

Argue for one or the other. Be sure to introduce information from the entire period rather than just focusing on one century, geographic region or set of events.

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Upload Date: 7/23/2017

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