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Valerie Bodden Kluge (10-0014) June 2, 2010 Leadership Seminar The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin The Autobiography, or memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, although written a long time ago, still continues to be a very insightful, and interesting book. Written through different stages of Benjamin’s life, the reader gets the opportunity to view how this ingenious writer and inventor come to be. From events ranging from how the publications of the famous Silence Dogood papers, to all the way ending with a citation of the Treaty of Paris, Franklin gives the reader an insight to his life throughout these different events, how he adapted and dealt with each. One of the sections of the book, the second section, in which Franklin to discusses his intent to reach moral perfection. This particular section can be very education and eye-opening to many people. Many people think it is easy, or even possible to reach moral perfection, as Franklin himself thought. In his case he decided to choose 13 different virtues in which
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