Hall portrays how Puritanism in America became the fullest realization of the English Revolution---with its animus against special privilege; belief in "fundamental liberties" and the "principle of consent"; elimination of a hierarchical form of church authority; prohibition of abuse and cruelty in everyday law. 272 pages, hardcover. Knopf.
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