The Man who Dared the Lightning: A New Look at Benjamin Franklin
Morrow, 1971 - 532 páginas
The author's extraordinary biographical talents are brought to bear on Benjamin Franklin, the least understood and appreciated of Amercia's revolutionary giants.
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