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Why was Rhode Island founded? A. As an expansion of Puritan Massachusetts B. As a haven for those who owed the government money C. As a haven for those who disagreed with Puritan beliefs D. As a place for those seeking cultural diversity
Rhode Island was founded: As a haven for those who disagreed with Puritan beliefs.
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