Benjamin Franklin
Plan for Attaining Moral Perfection
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This excerpt from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin tells us how, with his 13 points, we may all achieve moral perfection. Evidently, Benjamin Franklin himself reportedly never attained perfection, due to his love of women and beer, however, he did make a valiant effort.

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