Benjamin Franklin and his Career
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From the Paper:"Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) was truly a Renaissance Man in (plot his lifetime: he led lives as a printer, author, inventor, scientist, and diplomat. It is as a public official that he was able to use his great skill at working with people. Franklin had an innate wisdom and common sense in living his life, and this helped him in his political career during the beginnings of the United States as a country.
Because Franklin had such an extensive involvement in the political arena of the 18th century, this paper will concentrate on his activities leading up to the Revolutionary War. No matter what job Franklin took on, he made sure that he learned from it, and that its lessons could be applied to the next task that lay before him."
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