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Eric Foner on religious freedom for German immigrants in 1739

Interviews with the author of GIVE ME LIBERTY! AN AMERICAN HISTORY Question: In the textbook, you quote a German immigrant in 1739 who says that liberty of conscience was the chief virtue of British North America, and on this score, "I do not repent my immigration." How representative would you say that point of view was? For more podcasts and a transcript of this interview, visit the Give Me Liberty!: An American History StudySpace Website: http://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty3/
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