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Development of Common Law in America and Australia

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Excerpt: Sydney Ahlstrom, in his book A Religious History of the American People, has rightly stated that the American Colonies had the most thoroughly Protestant Commonwealths in the World. Most of them were both Reformed and Puritan. Indeed, Puritanism proved to be the moral and religious background of fully 75% of the people who declared independence in 1776. Yet the ancestors of those colonists had been in America fully a century-and-a-half ere they became independent of Britain. Indeed, America had not been totally devoid of Christian influences even before that. So, we must first note also those pre-colonial developments in North America.


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