1. Who did Franklin initially address his autobiography opening to?
(a) His wife, Mary Anne.
(b) His son, Benjamin, Jr.
(c) His son, William.
(d) His daughter, Margaret.
2. Franklin noted he was honest about his achievements without being falsely humble or arrogant and stipulated he would have changed some details to look better but did not for what reason?
(a) His life was too well known.
(b) He lacked the writing talent.
(c) He sought facts, not fiction.
(d) He wanted the truth known.
3. Franklin saw nothing wrong with a little boasting, especially if he did what first?
(a) Thanked God for the vanity.
(b) Stipulated he was being honest.
(c) Qualified that he was bragging first.
(d) Announced he was being proud.
4. Franklin noted the oldest son being apprenticed in a smithing trade was a tradition that went how far back?
(a) 300 years.
(b) 100 years.
(c) 500 years.
(d) 1,000 years.
5. In what other fields of employment did Franklin note some eventually found interest?
(a) Financial and medical.
(b) Legal and medical.
(c) Legal and political.
(d) Military and political.
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