In response to the article: United States Has a Right (American Pride)
By Jan P. Gomez, PhD. Education | Web Published 5.26.2006 at http://www.latinola.com/story.php?story=3515
In your article, you stated that, "I cannot find any significant historical information where Mexico has contributed "positively" to better the world."
Here are some Historical contributions from OUR ancestors:
Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations
Between 1800 and 300 BC, complex cultures began to form. Some matured into advanced Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations such as the: Olmec, Teotihuacan, Maya, Zapotec, Mixtec, Huaxtec, Purepecha, Toltec, and Mexica (a.k.a.Aztecs). All of them flourished in various stages of development for nearly 4,000 years before first contact with Europeans.
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These indigenous civilizations are credited with many inventions in mathematics, astronomy, medicine, writing, highly accurate calendars, fine arts, intensive agriculture, engineering, building pyramid-temples, an abacus calculation, a complex theology, and the wheel. Without any draft animals, however, the wheel was used only as a toy.