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This second element is actually dependent in part on the first. Without a quite strong convergence, there can be little normal, peaceful, mutually meaningful contact between the members of two separate societies. Cultural convergence is also an element in the attraction of outsiders, bringing in larger numbers of Europeans and intensifying contact. Europeans could build on societies structured somewhat similarly to their own and hence draw greater economic benefit from them. Economic benefit, especially leverage on the economy of Europe, was the motor of Iberian emigration, so that the characteristics of indigenous populations were by no means the only factor causing the Europeans to crowd into some regions and avoid others.