When examining the history of religion of the British American colonies in the 17th century, which would be the MOST accurate assessment?

Answer choices:

A.Virginia had no religious restrictions, while Massachusetts was a theocracy.

B. Pennsylvania was religiously tolerant, while Virginia had a state-supported church.

C. Rhode Island was founded for people to practice any religion they wanted, while Pennsylvania was restricted to Quakerism.

D. All colonies supported freedom of religion.

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