The main idea of the first passage is the need for

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    3. The main idea of the first passage is the need for college, and the opposition the other  christians would make against that certain college if it were to fall into the wrong hands of a  different religion.  B) the main idea of passage two, is about how important religion is to the foundation of a  new college.  C) Another implication of this debate is about whether colleges were supposed to train 
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ministers or educate students.    4. One way literature was advanced in the mid 18th century was that there was at first a lack of  resources, but there were more serious discusses of religion and politics and Ben Franklin’s  Almanac was a bestseller that also helped advance literature.  B) In the mid 18th century,  it was mostly only white, wealthy men that had the  opportunity to go to school and get educated. Thus explains the advance in literature because  only the privileged knew how to read and write, but as wealthy men like Benjamin Franklin,  started putting out new literature, more and more started learning how to read.   C) The groups that mostly weren’t able to pursue the arts and sciences were the African  Americans because they basically had no rights and also any small, low income people.
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  • Fall '17
  • Mr. Donald
  • Chapter 3, Short Answer, Multiple Choice , mid 18th century, late 17th Century, John John AMSCO, Think As A Historian, Zenger case

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