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Born in England in 1586, Thomas Hooker was raised in an ultra-conservative in English . After receiving at Cambridge University, Thomas Hooker became a whose sermons clashed with the established of England. He was eventually to leave England. He lived in Massachusetts and later founded the colony of where he established a highly successful in what is now Hartford, Connecticut. He aided in the adoption of the Orders of Connecticut in . Believing in the principle of for all , Hooker is sometimes called “the father of American .” Hooker advanced a more democratic view, favoring the vote for all , regardless of any or property .