In this lesson, students read and analyze Guns, Germs, and Steel, pages 71–78. In this passage, Diamond analyzes the proximate causes that contribute to Pizarro’s extraordinary capture of Atahuallpa. Students consider how the events and ideas in this passage develop “proximate causation” (p. 78).
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