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82). Franklin decided with these two sentences that he will respect other nation’s options but still the United States has its own conceptions to follow. Franklin also logically researched on a number of different thoughts on the diverse virtues, which he wanted to include locating the best description for his virtues list (Lauter et al. 82).
"The Speech of Polly Baker," on the other hand, seems to be an optimistic and "amusing story". Nevertheless, Franklin presents a logical protest against a law, which punished females for out-of-wedlock sexual relations through whippings and imposing fines whereas the male of went without any penalty (Lauter et al. 94). Through the woman’s use of logical rhetorical questions to the judges, Franklin reveals the unfairness of the then U.S. justice system. Two examples include, “God has been pleased to add his divine Skill and admirable Workmanship in the Formation of their Bodies, and crown’d it by furnishing them with rational and immortal Souls?” and “You have already excluded me from all the Comforts of your Church Communion: Is not that sufficient” (Lauter et al.
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So, this paper will discuss how Native Americans were portrayed both favorably as well as negatively in their works by Ben Franklin and John Smith Ben Franklin's early attitude towards Native Americans as well as on slavery was on the negative side. In the 1730s, Franklin in his newspaper, the Philadelphia Gazette, featured articles supporting slavery as well as advertisements for purchasing Native American slaves.
There are two major sides of debaters that can be seen on the policy, without any of them claiming an absolute stand. In the following sections of the essay, the writer presents the two sides of the argument as they are portrayed by the analysts without taking any firm stand on which of the stands is an absolute right or wrong.
Even fewer still have controlled the path of their own persona as Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). By the time of his death, Franklin had worked on his reputation to include several personas, such as: businessman, editor, politician, revolutionary, vigorous lover, inventor, and scientist.
From this, they drew around fifty subscribers with each one of them contributing forty shillings towards the launching of the library. Obeying the nobble call, the members also agreed to contribute at least ten shillings every year in order to help maintain the library.
At the age of 10, young Franklin busied himself with helping his father in the family soap-making business. As an adolescent, Benjamin Franklin was an avid reader who spent most of the money he earned on books. Benjamin enjoyed learning and became an adept apprentice in all the emerging technologies and philosophies of the world.
No authors have been mentioned for the first two websites while the third one has been authored by Rev. Charles A. Goodrich. The first website is a part of the site namely, ushistory.org and the second one has been taken from Encyclopedia
Philadelphia was characterized as having the following aspects during its colonial state: low pricing of commodity, availability of a common religion, low qualification levels of different holders of business premises.