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the separatists who landed at Plymouth in 1620 signed the Mayflower Compact because A.they had come to the new world in order to create democracy. B.they were deeply suspicious and fearful of each other. C.the king's charter required it. D.Atlantic winds had driven them off course onto land to which they had no title so that they had to create an alternative legal foundation for their community. E.they wanted to sever the ties with the proprietors who had financed their voyage.
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The separatists who landed at Plymouth in 1620 signed the Mayflower Compact because Atlantic winds had driven them off course onto land to which they had no title so that they had to create an alternative legal foundation for their community.
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The separatists who landed at Plymouth in 1620 signed the Mayflower Compact because Atlantic winds had driven them off course onto land to which they had no title so that they had to create an alternative legal foundation for their community.
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