Puritans did not find a life free from tyranny in the New World--they created it there. Massachusetts emerged a republic as they hammered out a vision of popular participation and limited government in church and state, spurred by Plymouth Pilgrims. Godly Republicanism underscores how pathbreaking yet rooted in puritanism's history the project was.
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Harvard University Press
April 01, 2012
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