Answer to Question #130793 in History for Gabby

Question #130793
What role did Penn’s religions beliefs play in the founding of Pennsylvania and in the rise of democratic ideas in the colonies?
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2020-08-28T04:53:31-0400

William Penn was persecuted in England because of his Quaker faith and came to America in 1682 and and founded Pennsylvania which could provide people with a place for religious freedom. Penn obtained the colony from King Charles II as a form of payment for a debt which was owed to his father who had died. Penn maintained democratic principles which were crucial pillars of constitutional development in the United States.


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