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What 17th Century England’s State Church Had in Common with Today’s School Systems

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“You could be fined for not going to church, going to the wrong church, or preaching in a church if you didn’t have permission to do that,” said Anna Scott, an officer of the Mayflower 400 commemoration group in Britain. “You had to have the right kind of training and education to be able to speak to people about God.”

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