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Do you think the arrival of the loyalists was not good.

mind explaining this question for a bit. I know this question asks for my opinion but i would like to know if it was not good before i give my opinion.

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    Good for whom? For the loyalists? Or for the native Bahamians?

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    i think he means for the native Bahamians

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