Poor Richard


From the publisher: Benjamin Franklin lived in turbulent times and met those times head-on with passion and gusto. … From his Quaker childhood … to the “Water American” in London, Ben’s youth was filled with adventures and challenges that taught him invaluable lessons about human nature. These lessons would serve him well as he grew to be a leader of the young colonies as they faced the tyranny of Britain. … In everything he did, Franklin was always compelled by how he might best serve his fellow man.

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