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Dueling was also common among unsophisticated people and professionals, and not exclusively in England. In the rural areas of Ireland, Scotland, and France, dueling was more popular than in the urban areas, and the chances of a fatality were higher. In the English colonies, where the English had settled, and in the more remote places like Jamaica, the death rate was also higher. The duel was especially popular in the border areas of North America, where much of the fighting occurred among the feuding families and along the western frontier. The area with the highest death rate in duels (92.4 per million) was the United States, where the population was mostly English, wealthy, and landless, and the duel was viewed as a civilized and gentlemanly alternative to blood feuds. The lowest fatality rate was in Ireland where the population was mostly Catholic and peasant, and the death rate was only 6.6 per million.
We should note that the attitudes and beliefs of society existed at the same time as dueling. The duel seems to have existed in a kind of institutional vacuum, but it was never separated from society, which had long passed through a process of separating the duel from itself. The duel was a central part of the British society, yet by the time of the first duel in Europe in the seventeenth century, it had become a luxury indulged in only by a tiny fraction of the population. Yet the British elite was still a target of ridicule. The British aristocracy would have been loath to kill one another in earnest, and they didn't. They were under no such pressure in America. While the duel was not allowed in the U.S. until the second half of the nineteenth century, and not everywhere even after that, it was not illegal and was frequently ignored by both the combatants and the law. When it was not ignored, it was justified with a rhetoric of inequality and honor. Duels were not considered as serious as murder. They were therefore considered to be a form of entertainment, rather than a grave or serious threat. 827ec27edc