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He often traveled back to. England and was involved in a number of controversies mainly because of his pacifist beliefs as a Quaker. William Penn.
The Pennsylvania Colony
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142 Four Authority, Mind, and Politics: The Anti-Enthusiasm of
13. PWP I, 'God's controversy proclaimed (1670-71)', p. 191.
The Christian Faith of Friends
AN EXAMPLE OF AN "A" PAPER - History 451
William Penn's experiences and beliefs as a Quaker inspired his “holy experiment” with religious liberty in Pennsylvania.

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William Penn - The Religious Society of Friends
William Penn, America's First Great Champion for Liberty and Peace. by Jim Left mostly to himself, young William became interested in religion.
Part I. Religion. William Penn. 1909-14. Fruits of Solitude. The
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