Kings, commoners, and colonists: Puritan politics in old New England, 1603-1660

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Atheneum, 1974 - History - 266 pages
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Highlights the political events and movements in seventeenth-century Britain that enabled the Massachusetts colonists to insure their political independence and elect their own officials

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The One and Only
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The Wisest Fool in Christendom
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Their Chamber Pots Are Pure Gold
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