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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

  

by Benjamin Franklin

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: He Tied a Key to a Kite. DONE. Quiz

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Q. What does the Junto found?


The first American fire department
The first American library
The first American observatory
The first and last American high school for cats
Q. How does Franklin’s son die?


He contracts a case of yellow fever
Franklin sends him up into the lightning storm first before risking his key
He contracts a case of smallpox
He contracts a case of pneumonia
Q. What does Franklin’s book Plain Truth demand?


A better school system
More funds to be appropriated for scientific research
The Great Plains to admit that they attempted to expand beyond the Rio Grande
Improved military
Q. About what does Franklin argue with Lord Granville?


Whether his croquet ball passed entirely through the wicket
The validity of a monarchy
The King’s law-making policies
The threat of the Native Americans
The superiority of America over England
Q. Whom does the Assembly fire?


Franklin
Governor Denny
Ferdinand Paris
Donald Trump, in a bit of irony
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