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Lecture #8: Social Structure and  Political Crises in Puritan New  England
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I. The Antinomian Controversy: Faith, Politics, and Social Order in  Massachusetts, 1633-1637
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IA. John Cotton and Religious  Revival in Early Boston
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IB. Anne Hutchinson and the  Problem of Assurance
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IC. The Trials of Anne Hutchinson  and the Limits of  Liberty of Conscience
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ID. The Antinomian Crisis and the  Divided Puritan Mind 1. Strong Commitment to the Community  of the Faithful 2. High and Strict Standards for  Communal Membership 3. Internal Divisions on How Much to  Reach Out to Strangers 4. Crisis and Its Causes – External Enemies  or Internal Dissent 5. The Pequot War, 1637
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II. New England’s Economy:  Plantation Provisions  and the Carrying Trade The Social Foundations of  Puritan Culture
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II A.  The Danger of Early Collapse,  1639-1643 1. The Benefits and Problems of Migrants 
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