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Which of the following statements best describes the Puritans' attitude towards other religions?        A. The Puritans were welcoming of people following other religions, hoping it would create a diverse colony.   B. The Puritans had a policy of tolerating other religions.   C. The Puritans weren't tolerant of other religions and followers of other religions were persecuted by the Puritans.   D. The Puritans tolerated all religions except Catholicism because they felt rituals kept Catholics away from God.
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The Puritans weren't tolerant of other religions and followers of other religions were persecuted by the Puritans, best describes the puritans attitude towards other religions.
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