History of the United States I
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Question 2 of 8
Anne Hutchinson and her followers were banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because
Hutchinson had been convicted of adultery
they attempted to overthrow the colony’s elected government
their advocacy of the banning of alcohol put them at odds with the rest of the colonists
Hutchinson’s religious views led to her excommunication from the Puritan church
their support of the English monarchy made them enemies with the Revolutionary leaders in Boston
CLEP® History of the United States I Examination Guide
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