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Protestant work ethic

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The puritans of the New England colonies came over from Britain in 1629 to escape from the Anglican Church and other political and religious persecutions in England. In making this colony, they were to be “a city upon a hill”, according to John Winthrop. This meant that they were to be set up on the principles of the Bible and to be an example to the rest of the world through their actions and good deeds. Due to all of the factors and influences of the society, the Puritan colony ideas influenced the political, economic, and social development of the New England colonies in its early years.
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