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Date: February 14, 2002
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It has been illustrated by Thornton's book that the gun trade was there, but why didn't the Africans place a large importance on this type of trade? Perhaps it was because of tradition. One could only speculate, because there is little documentation on this particular subject, but perhaps the tradition of being a warrior was something that a young boy aspired to be and trained with his elders for many years to master...
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This would surely be more meaningful than pointing an iron barrel at an opponent and pulling a trigger. Another possibility is that the African people may have been apprehensive about committing to the Europeans for the continuous supply of ammunition...
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