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  - Brian - Goodreads

I gave this 5 stars because it's a piece of history that everyone should take the time to read, if even just a little of it. The writing is clear and conversational; one can easily imagine sitting by ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anne Fenwick - Goodreads

Hmmm... it's the sort of book where everyone's heard what's in it, even before they read it. I actually found the third section most interesting, for the description of how to make public life and institutions happen in early Philadelphia. Read full review

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