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John Winthrop

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Manor lord in England and was the Massachusetts Colony’s first governor for 10 years.Came to America as part of a religious experiment set forth by god. leader of Puritans and famous for the “city on a hill” speech. Didn’t like the idea of pure democracy because of the “common folk”. Helped Puritans thrive in trade, fur, and shipbuilding

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