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User: The Northwest Ordinance speaks of the importance of schools for the promotion of "religion, morality, and knowledge." Why did the Founders regard these things as essential to good government?

Weegy: Because that was one of the main reason they left England.
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User: The Northwest Ordinance speaks of the importance of schools for the promotion of "religion, morality, and knowledge." Why did the Founders regard these things as essential to good government?

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