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American History

 

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Cecil F

 

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October 11, 2013

 

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The Quakers were a non-discriminatory group of people who believed in religious as well as personal freedom. In New England schools, religion and death were the two principal themes mentioned the most in textbooks. By stressing religion in school, it was hoped that children would follow the right path to their deliverance...
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By stressing religion in school, it was hoped that children would follow the right path to their deliverance. They also told children the truth about death, and that it was cruel and could come at any moment in their lives. Again, religion was thrust into young people's minds, pressuring them into thinking about their own salvation, before it was too late...
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