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which is a correct statement about roger williams
a. he settled in rhode island primarily to found a secular community
b. he advanced the cause of religious toleration and freedom of thoughout

I think it is B

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    Just google roger williams I found several sites that gave good info.

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    It is B, Kyle.

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