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Their solitary way : the Puritan social ethic in the first century of settlement in New England / by Stephen Foster.

New Haven : Yale University Press, [1971] .
ISBN 9780300014082, 0300014082

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Subjects Etica social.
New England.
Nouvelle-Angleterre (États-Unis) -- Vie religieuse -- 17e siècle.
Puritains -- États-Unis -- Nouvelle-Angleterre (États-Unis) -- 17e siècle.
Puritans -- New England.
Social ethics.
Sociale ethiek.
Series Yale historical publications. Miscellany ; 94.
Description xxii, 214 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Revision of the author's thesis, Yale, 1966.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-208).
Contents Order -- Love -- Government: the Character of a Good Ruler -- Wealth: The Calling, Capitalism, Commerce, and the Problem of Prosperity -- Poverty: Affliction, Poor Relief, and Charity -- Puritanism and Democracy: A Mixed Legacy -- Appendix: The Massachusetts franchise in the seventeenth century ; The Nominiation of Massachusetts magistrates under the old charter ; The merchants, the moderates, and Edward Randolph ; Family connections of merchants, ministers, and magistrates.
Geographic Area New England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)215940
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Foster, Stephen, 1942-
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