Global Force In The Pre-Columbian World

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In no extent was there a single dominant global force in the ‘pre-Columbian’ world. Many regions had a lot of power, and in their minds they may have had global dominance, but now looking bad to it, we know that they did not. A key point in why they did not have global dominance is because the Americas were not yet discovered by the major empires of this time. Even though the Aztecs were located on the peninsula in South America, they did not have enough global force to be able to continue their empire upwards, toward North America. Some of the stronger empires, such as the Ottoman and the Inca empire, still did not have global dominance. All empires of this time were completely trying to take care of themselves and not too many people traveled

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