Freedom Of Religion In The 17th Century

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During the 17th century most countries had a Monarch government. Making the people have no choice but accepting the laws and getting forced into a religion. The freedom of religion was important in the founding of some colonies because it helped migrants come to the New World to practice any religion. Massachusetts Bay was one of the first colonies developed and it was by a religious called Puritans. Though Puritans kind of enforced their religion and had restrictions for others. They still were loyal to the King of England, King James I, and kept most of their English tradition ways. Religion was important, making Protestant laws, those who disagreed with Puritans, left to the South. Catholic Quaker William Penn and Lord Baltimore who developed
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