Upon arriving in America, Roger Williams quickly became one of the most prominent colonists in New England. As the founder of Rhode Island, a proponent of Native American land rights, and an early advocate of the separation of church and state, Williams spent much of his life alienating just about everybody in New England. Despite this Williams remains a giant figure in American colonial history and left a legacy that would help color the policies of the future United States.
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