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The backstory is written, and now, finally, THE post about Anne Hutchinson's relationship to the founding of Harvard is up.

One thing that can be learned from the controversy surrounding Anne Hutchinson is that the leadership of 1630's Massachusetts were absolutely determined to remain in power. They led their new religious community with the doctrine that there is only one right way to practice their faith. It is natural, then, that they would want to establish a theology school, where those who were already in power and in the mainstream could mold the next generation of leaders.

read on at cambridgeconsidered.blogspot.com/2011/05/hutchinson-and-harvard.html

or, on a mobile device, cambridgeconsidered.blogspot.com/views/mosiac
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