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The secondary source Guns Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond is thought to be an ambitious and highly important account on the world’s history by James Shreeve of the New York Times Book Review

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Mackenzie FosterMs. Bettye BooneAP World History22 August 2012Questions Posed and Answers GivenThe secondary source Guns Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond is thought to be an ambitious and highly important account on the worlds history by James Shreeve of the New York Times Book Review. Jared Diamond started this account of history with a prologue. This prologue would be considered an important piece of the book because of the ability of the reader to infer what knowledge they will acquire while reading and studying with this book. He begins this source with several questions that are important to the information given in the book. Without the questions stated in this prologue, this book would have had no basis for which to start.Diamond states at the beginning of this prologue that much of his book is written to answer the questions of one of h

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