England send its poorest people there in colonial times because Georgia had a lower cost of living and these families could become an asset rather than a liability to London.

The whole ‘charitable’ project was financed with 130,000 pounds from the state.

With their strict outlines and plans, the organizers of this adventure did as if they did know about the realities of life over there but they didn’t and they imposed their ignorance on the settlers.

Their plans were too clear and too dogmatic.

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Erwin Flaming

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