Free Download The Puritan Ideology of Mobility : Corporatism, the Politics of Place and the Founding of New England Towns Before 1650
by Scott McDermott
English | 2022 | ISBN: 1785274724 | 206 Pages | True PDF | 15 MB
The Puritan Ideology of Mobility: Corporatism, the Politics of Place, and the Founding of New England Towns before 1650 examines the ideology that English Puritans developed to justify migration: their migration from England to New England, migrations from one town to another within New England, and, often, their repatriation to the mother country. Puritan leaders believed firmly that nations, colonies, and towns were all "bodies politic," that is, living and organic social bodies. However, if a social body became distempered because of scarce resources or political or religious discord, it became necessary to create a new social body from the old in order to restore balance and harmony. The new social body was articulated through the social ritual of land distribution according to Aristotelian "distributive justice." The book will trace this process at work in the founding of Ipswich and its satellite town in Massachusetts.
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