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why did European states become the primary force driving globalization?

Information must be sourced from The English East Company at the Height of the Mughal Expansion by Hunt and Stern, The Broken Spears by Portilla, and The Congo Free state and the New Imperialism 5 paragraph essay. – you should have an introduction with thesis statement, evidentiary material, and a conclusion. Grammar or spelling mistakes will not affect your grade, though be aware if it is not clear what you were trying to say that could affect your grade. Introductory paragraph must only be five sentences. The first sentence must be an introductory, and the second sentence must be a thesis statement.
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