Chapter One and Chapter Two
1. Where did Benjamin Franklin arrive at the start of "Chapter One"?
2. Who did Benjamin Franklin seek to work for?
(a) The nearby people.
(b) The distant people.
(c) The middling people.
(d) The centering people.
3. "Chapter One" argues Benjamin Franklin was the country's first what?
4. Why was Benjamin Franklin vilified by some?
(a) His focus on religion.
(b) His focus on practicality.
(c) His focus on women.
(d) His focus on atheism.
5. What does Walter Isaacson think Benjamin Franklin exemplified?
(a) The American ideal of religion.
(b) The American ideal of upward mobility.
(c) The American ideal of freedom.
(d) The American ideal of philosophy.
6. What did Benjamin Franklin's concern over national identity foreshadow?
(a) His involvement with freedom of speech.
(b) His involvement in the postal system.
(c) His involvement in the right to bear arms.
(d) His involvement with the Revolution.
7. What did Benjamin Franklin choose over hotheadedness to make his argument?
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