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The Ideas Behind the French and American Revolutions Came From Indigenous Americans

They were repaid with thievery, murder, massacres, desecration, and genocide

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The year is 1620. You, a modern-day American, are in a bar when a European and an indigenous Native American walk in and sit at your table. By some miracle, you can understand each other perfectly…




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