The Dysfunctional Philosophies of Early America.
David Freeman Hawke, in his book Everyday Life in Early America opens with this statement, "To hear the seventeenth century tell I, only the dregs came this way- 'unruly gallants packed thither by their friends to escape ill destinies... condemned wretches, forfeited by law..." It is clear by Hawke's words, and also by what he presents throughout Everyday Life in Early America that while the early settlers may have tried to lay a good foundation for a new nation, they failed at this. So it can be seen that actually, early settlers laid not a good foundation for a good society, but rather a…
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