Puritans and Puritanism in Europe and America, Volume 1
This exhaustive treatment of the Puritan movement covers its doctrines, its people, its effects on politics and culture, and its enduring legacy in modern Britain and America. The Puritans, black-coated, grim, prim, prudish witch chasers, some of that common characterization is correct; much is not. This comprehensive treatment of Puritans and Puritanism sorts fact from fiction, and presents the broadest picture ever of the Puritan movement, a driving force in the founding of America and a continuing influence on American and British norms. Puritanism began in the 1530s as a reform movement wi.
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