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What was the primary reason that Roger Williams left the Massachusetts Bay colony and founded the Rhode Island colony?

He wanted to start a colony where the government had more power.**
He was forced out by Native Americans.
He sought better opportunities for farming.
He was ordered to leave by the court because of his religious beliefs.

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  1. 2021 here are the answers for the quick check

    1. D, he was ordered to leave by the court because of his political beliefs on religious tolerance

    2. B, they wanted to escape religious persecution

    3. A & D, shipping and fishing

    4. B, to show that they will follow the colony’s rule

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  3. the anwser is d

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  4. tyy egg <3

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  5. Nope.

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  6. I meant to choose d is that correct

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  7. Yes, D,

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  8. Egg is 100% correct thanks

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  9. egg is completely correct :)

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  10. Egg is completely correct!!!! thx so much

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  11. 1. D, he was ordered to leave by the court because of his political beliefs on religious tolerance

    2. B, they wanted to escape religious persecution

    3. A & D, shipping and fishing

    4. B, to show that they will follow the colony’s rule

    if you've used sites similar to this i recommend getting a question wrong so it doesnt arouse suspicion but these answers are correct

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