The Flushing Remonstrance: The Religious Magna Carta of the New World

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Today, the Flushing Remonstrance is known as “the religious Magna Carta of the New World.” It proved to be a major influence on America’s Founders to enshrine freedom of worship in the Bill of Rights, more than a century after the citizens of Flushing defied a Governor.

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