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Explain the basis of the moral judgments made by Samuel Adams and Thomas Hutchinson.
Weegy: The basis of the moral judgments made by Samuel Adams's included that his parents were devout Puritans, and members of the Old South Congregational Church. [ Adams was proud of his Puritan heritage, and emphasized Puritan values, especially virtue, in his political career and Thomas Hutchinson was also traditional and conservative in his beliefs. ] (More)
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The basis of the moral judgments made by Samuel Adams's included that his parents were devout Puritans, and members of the Old South Congregational Church. [ Adams was proud of his Puritan heritage, and emphasized Puritan values, especially virtue, in his political career and Thomas Hutchinson was also traditional and conservative in his beliefs.
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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
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Spiritual, self actuazion, ego needs,social needs, security needs, body needs
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Why is Maslow's Physiological hierarchy needs so important to us?
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