How were issues dealt with in puritan towns?

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All puritans were committed to restricting religious ordinances ... The issue of women and veils was debated in ... the minister of the nearby town of ...
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Positive: 76 %
New England Puritans & Pilgrims through the lens of Politics ... Towns were the means of community organization, of regional colonization, ...
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Most of those living in Salem Town were wealthy ... Parris was a stern Puritan who denounced the worldly ways and economic prosperity of Salem Town as ...
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Positive: 76 %
The “old deluder Satan law” dealt with: A) issues of ... The first European discovers of America were the ... rise of trade B) rise of towns C ...
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Male church members elected officials to manage town business. 3. What was the Puritan view ... things were forbidden in Puritan ... communist issue;
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Positive: 57 %
The Puritans and Freedom of Religion. Posted on ... Puritans were supposed to live exemplary lives ... They entered Puritan towns banging ...
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