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William Penn--political thinker, activist for liberty of conscience, and colonial founder--was instrumental in the early modern movement for religious toleration and political liberty. As we approach the 300th anniversary of Penn's death, the time is right for a reexamination and reconsideration of Penn's importance both in his own time and to the ongoing campaign for political and religious freedom.

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