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In Great Britain, the Religious Society of Friends originally faced unanimous hostility from the ruling classes and persecuted by the established church. However, early Quakers went their quiet ways and flourished in the time of the industrial revolution and expanding world commerce. With a freedom of trade and voluntary efforts and funds, Quakers thrived in the new America, a legacy that continues in the current United States.