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Why did civilisation/city states never take root in Australia and North America?
I recently read that the Australian Aborigines numbered close to a million during the time of Botany Bay and comprised of ~250 tribes/nations. The Native Americans of North America also boasted ...
Jul 18 '12 at 16:45
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