October 17, 2008
Views of Freedom Between the Franklins
Benjamin Franklin was a boy born in the colonies in Boston. He worked for his brother in a newspaper company and did many things in his life. He was the governor of Pennsylvania and he was a successful business man in the news paper industry he was also an inventory and finder of electricity. Now his son William grew up a little nicer then his father he did have to grow up with his step mother who did not like him since he was a not her own and a basterd. William joined the army at a young age he enjoyed it very much and was one of his greatest accomplishments to himself. He was also a governor of New Jersey he stayed there until he was forced to resin later in his career (skemp).
Benjamin Franklin is one of the founding fathers of the Constitution. He is a great politician, business man, inventor, and father. He at first in his career he believed that one of the ways that the colonies were going to survive was if they stayed loyal to the British. Without the British he believed that the colonies would fail. Benjamin started out as a business man and went to an inventor were most people know him as the one who discovered electricity. After that he went on to be a politician and soon governor of Pennsylvania. Even during the stamp acts and the tea acts he was close to his son and had ties with England. When he was a young business man he had secret societies just to help out the city of Philadelphia (skemp pg. 10) He was very determined man to get done what he thought had to get done and he never saw himself supporting the
detachment of the colonies from England. He kept very close ties with his son practically his whole life even though they had the same ideas they slowly started to separate because William was planning on staying with England and Benjamin was leaning toward total freedom and independence from England. He, when he was in...