The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

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Franklin Library, 1979 - Statesmen - 215 pages
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This autobiography includes the founding father's views on such topics as religion, war, education, and women.

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Good read an insight into a brilliant mind - Goodreads
Can be hard to read at times but definately worth it. - Goodreads
Poet like story telling, perfect literature - Goodreads
A Great Book selection when I was in high school. - Goodreads
Very interesting insight. - Goodreads
So much tedium between flashes of insight. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Fermin Quant - Goodreads

Very nice insights into this great man's life. The first half is more detailed on his life decisions and path, the second is more philosophical as it was written later in his life, but both parts have good insight to be applied to make you life better, more self oriented and meaningful. Read full review

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User Review  - Charles Harries - Goodreads

Smart, clever, autobiographical. It turns Franklin into a human being rather than a face on money. I dig it. Read full review

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