book information：John Moretta, William Penn and the Quaker legacy (New York: Pearson Longman, 2007)
After read the book Moretta’s William Penn and the Quaker Legacy
consider the following question: Moretta makes the case that while many people believe William Penn founded Pennsylvania as a place of religious tolerance, he also needed “wealthy Friends” to support the colony. How would you explain Penn’s tension between his religious faith (as a Quaker) and his need for investors in the new colony? How did it effect the early years of Philadelphia’s growth?