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11 pages (2007/1784); 163KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00234
In his day Benjamin Franklin was justly considered in Europe as preeminent authority on all matters relating to social conditions in America. In this essay, Franklin describes the social conditions of America in the late 1700s, where the emphasis was not on title, privilege or civil office, but on providing ample opportunity and rewarding what an individual can do.