Benjamin Franklin

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The Junto club was a great success for Franklin and was a huge beginning for him. This club was Franklin's first foray into politics and social reforms. It was the Junto and small reforms such as the volunteer fire department that would gain Franklin political influence and ultimately capture Franklin into the American Revolution...
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As a postmaster, Franklin traveled across the thirteen colonies, providing him with new knowledge. These travels shaped Franklin's vies. As he traveled he didn't see each colony as an individual, he saw it as one country- America. In 1754 a plan for "common inter colonial defense" (Isaacson 56) was seriously needed...
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