European powers carve up the New World
"What right had the first discoverers of America to land, and take possession of a country, without asking the consent of its inhabitants, or yielding them an adequate compensation for their territory?"
(Book I, Chap V)
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studying the literature of justification
A student project in Prof Edward J. Gallagher's "Early American Literature" class