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nadinbrzezinski Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-27-05 09:49 AM
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7. Yes and no
Edited on Sun Nov-27-05 09:50 AM by nadinbrzezinski
the latter rose from the Enlightenmetn culture of the North East, but Cotton Mather was far more for religious control than he was for freedom,

Though I agree with you in the sense taht the worst corporate citizen of all comes from the south (Walmart) which has a history of multiple violations... and they would be very comformtable in the old south.
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  -Two visions of America Horse with no Name  Nov-27-05 09:05 AM   #0 
  - I'll have some of the latter, please.  Poet Lariat   Nov-27-05 09:15 AM   #1 
  - the second version is the version "lite" of the first one  tocqueville   Nov-27-05 09:26 AM   #2 
  - Not necessarily  Midnight Rambler   Nov-27-05 02:17 PM   #11 
  - You know, England got the Puritans to leave  TallahasseeGrannie   Nov-27-05 09:26 AM   #3 
  - I second the motion...Antarctica should suit them nicely  Gildor Inglorion   Nov-27-05 09:35 AM   #5 
     - Yes, I understand penguins sometimes have  TallahasseeGrannie   Nov-27-05 11:06 AM   #8 
  - there are 2 visions of the world.  bullimiami   Nov-27-05 09:32 AM   #4 
  - I think that's a little simplistic and probably unfair to the Puritans  nuxvomica   Nov-27-05 09:47 AM   #6 
  - Yes and no  nadinbrzezinski   Nov-27-05 09:49 AM   #7 
  - Not to defend them, but I would point out that wally world was a much  greyhound1966   Nov-27-05 02:23 PM   #12 
  - Yes, Puritan roots much more complex -- posted below  pat_k   Nov-27-05 02:08 PM   #10 
  - Puritan Harshness -- and Equity, Democracy, Soveriegnty of the People  pat_k   Nov-27-05 01:51 PM   #9 

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