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1. In the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Franklin writes, “the previous material contains family anecdotes of no importance to others.” Why do you think he says this? Do you think he has a reason for directing the beginning his story to his son and the end to humanity? 2. In a letter written to Franklin by Mr. Benjamin Vaughann, he expresses that Franklin
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Unformatted text preview: has the “Art of Virtue”. In his words, he explains this as improving the features of private character and consequently of aiding all happiness both public and domestic. Why do you think he said this about Franklin? What was he trying to get at by using this term?...
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