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In the New England region the government was all for freedom of religion, which made it more convenient for people to live in this area because they won't be persecuted for what religion they practice. Documents E and D talk about the Articles of Agreement and Wage and Prices Regulations of the New England area, which shows that the New England area government wanted men to have equal rights regardless of money and title, and also the government wanted everyone, being traders or workmen, to have fair wages so the traders don't over charge there products and become rich...
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Documents E and D talk about the Articles of Agreement and Wage and Prices Regulations of the New England area, which shows that the New England area government wanted men to have equal rights regardless of money and title, and also the government wanted everyone, being traders or workmen, to have fair wages so the traders don't over charge there products and become rich...
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Religion And War: What Causes People To Threaten Violence And Even Wage War In Defense Of Religion?   Feedom of Religion not Freedom From Religion   The main function of religion is to provide people with a code of behaviour which regulates personal and social life. Assess the extent to which sociological arguments and evidence support this view of religion in modern society.   Although New England and the Chesapeake region were both settles largely by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this development occur?   Although New England and the Chesapeake Region were both settled by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this difference in development occur?   Difference in the Development in the new england region and the chesapeake region of the new world   Freedom of Religion in Public Schools   Why people need religion   Religion Influences the United States Government   It is wrong to try and convert people to your religion.   Family And Religion : Influence On People   Roman Religion In A Romans Everyday Life Vs. Religion's Effects On Tod   1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake   1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake   1993 DBQ New England vs. Chesapeake  
 
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