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Puritan communities in New England in the 1600s believed that all children should learn to read and write so they could A-understand business matters. B-communicate with relatives in England. C-attend assembly meetings. D-read and study the Bible.
Puritan communities in New England in the 1600s believed that all children should learn to read and write so they could read and study the Bible.
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Puritan communities in New England in the 1600s believed that all children should learn to read and write so they could read and study the Bible.
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