Benjamin Franklin Unmasked

Benjamin Franklin Unmasked

On the Unity of His Moral, Religious, and Political Thought

Book - 2005
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Bobbing and weaving between the opposing views of Franklin as the first embodiment of the self-made American hero and as a shallow and self-serving moralist, Weinberger (political science, Michigan State U.) says his spiritual and intellectual journey was marked by a deeply serious and disturbing encounter with the big questions of life, but that journey led to a skepticism even more radical and thoughtfully grounded than the one scholarship says he rejected. Annotation 2005 Book
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Publisher: Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, c2005
ISBN: 070061396X (alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: 973.3092 WEI
Characteristics: xvi, 336 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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