How did the massachusetts government act of 1774 change the way massachusetts was governed?
begun by george washington, signed by john adams and ratified unanimously by a senate still half-filled with signers of the constitution, this treaty announced firmly and flatly to the world that "the government of the united states of america is not, in any sense, founded on the christian religion."
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i believe this may be the answer your looking for: the maryland's act of toleration inspired the growth of religious freedom in the colonies, as it allowed tolerance to non puritan christians in the colony.
the law became a model for other north american colonies, as later came other laws that ensured tolerance and religious freedom, such as the holy experiment in pennsylvania, and religion laws in other colonies like south carolina, which have been influenced by his example.
this act also influenced the freedom of religion that was later legislated with the creation of the united states of america.