Difference Between North and South

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American History

 

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January 18, 2016

 

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Only Puritans could be freemen and believer or nonbeliever, and everyone had to support the church through taxes. New Haven, which was later absorbed by Massachusetts, required compulsory church attendance and had the strongest church-government alliance of any region. The government enjoyed a high degree of social harmony because of common beliefs, a goal stated by Winthrop in his "City Upon a Hill" speech...
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The government enjoyed a high degree of social harmony because of common beliefs, a goal stated by Winthrop in his "City Upon a Hill" speech. Dissenters, such as Quakers, were fined, flogged, banished, and sometimes even hung. Two famous challengers of Puritan ideals were Anne Hutchison and Roger Williams, who were both banished to Rhode Island in 1638 and 1636, respectively...
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