1. "These people who founded Massachusetts, they were seeking religious liberty and they were complaining about the persecutions they suffered in England. And of course, the first thing they do when they get to Massachusetts is persecute others and persecute their religion." — Historian Andrew Preston, “The Religious Language in U.S. Foreign Policy.”


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    "These people who founded Massachusetts, they were seeking religious liberty and they were complaining about the persecutions they suffered in England. And of course, the first thing they do when they get to Massachusetts is persecute others and persecute their religion." — Historian Andrew Preston, “The Religious Language in U.S. Foreign Policy.”

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  2. andrew preston

    religion

    separation of church and state

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