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2 Mexico, Central and South America

In Mexico and most countries of Central and South America the Native Americans will be able to survive as such for many more years that in Northern America. This is due mainly to the fact that there are relatively more of them and to the fact that their language is well spread and, sometime, accepted as a national language. Also these countries are not as developed and the poorer natives (poorer on average) have a better chance to survive as such. However as these countries develop more and more (see Brazil) in the end the natives there too will integrate in the main current but this could take more than one hundred years.