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Humility And Realism

Humility And Realism

Despite his many achievements, Franklin maintained a sense of humility and realism. He recognized his own imperfections and the importance of continual self-assessment and improvement.

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Discover the remarkable life of Benjamin Franklin in his autobiography. Learn how this self-made man shaped American history through ingenuity and dedication.

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