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What's the difference between a pirate and a puritan? (I just need a basic answer) And I can take it from there. I'm writing a journal entry from a Pirate's point of view and I have no clue about Puritans and the lesson doesn't say anything about them. :/ Help please....

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http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090918150727AA3zha5 Hope this helps c:
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Puritans - Farmer, Simple Life, Serve God Pirates - Partying, Idols, Collectibles, Spontaneous

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You should probably just look it up on wikipedia to get more details on both
nah I don't trust wiki and my teachers say not to use it because people can edit it and write whatever they want without it being accurate.
Thanks though
Steph gave me the answer I was looking for. I'll just be sure to put it in my own words.

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