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En general, el término asilo se refiere a la práctica de protección y amparo hacia personas por diferentes motivos y situaciones. Bien sea territorial o eldiplomático, el asilo, condiciona una disminución o restricción a la soberanía del Estado, en tanto que la extradición es más bien una prolongación de esa soberanía más allá desus propios limites o fronteras.

Massachusetts: Founded by John Winthrop in 1620. Puritan religion. Virginia: Founded in 1607 by the London company. Main leader John Smith.Jamestown was first settlement. New Hampshire: Founded in 1623 by John Wheelwright. Mainly Puritans. Maryland: Founded by Lord Baltimore in 1634. Mainly catholic. Majorindustry was manufacturing ie. Shipbuilding and iron works Connecticut: Founded in 1635 by Thomas Hooker. Official church was the Congregational church. Rhode Island: Firstplace to be able to practice any faith a person wanted. Found by Roger Williams in 1636. Delaware: Founded by Peter Minuit and the New Sweden Company in 1638. Delaware hadmainly a Lutheran following. North Carolina: Founded in 1653 by Virginia colonists. The main religions were protestant and catholic. South Carolina: Founded by English colonistsin 1663. Largest city was Charleston. This region had protestant and catholic followers. New Jersey: Founded in 1664 by Lord Barkeley and Sir George Carteret. Both menintended to profit from real estate sales. New York: Founded in 1626 by Peter Minuit. British gained full control in 1674. Named for the Duke of York Pennsylvania: Founded in 1682by William Penn. People followed the Quaker religion. Georgia: Founded in 1732 by James Edward Oglethorpe. Welcomed all religions except catholic.El Asilo Y La Extradicion
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