The 17th Century Puritans and Toleration

Which of the following MOST ACCURATELY describes the attitude of seventeenth century Puritans toward religious liberty?

(A) Having suffered persecution in England, they extended toleration to everyone.
(B) The tolerated no one whose expressed religious views varied from their own views.
(C) They tolerated all Protestant sects, but not Catholics.
(D) They tolerated Catholics, but not Quakers.
(E) They had no coherent views on religious liberty.

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