Jefferson on Freedom & Benjamin Franklin Poor Richards Almanack
Set of 2 books-Thomas Jefferson on Freedom and Benjamin Franklin Poor Richards Almanack
Jefferson on Freedom by Thomas Jefferson
Wisdom, Advice and Hints on Freedom, Democracy and the American Way
Thomas Jefferson is most well known as author of the Declaration of Independence and as the third president of the United States. This book contains excerpts from his only full-length book, Notes on the State of Virginia, as well as notes from his memoir and letters to James Madison, John Adams, George Washington and many others. He shares his views on the nature of a good society, the separation of church and state, and the importance of individual liberty. Hardcover. 140 pages.
Benjamin Franklin Poor Richards Almanack
by Benjamin Franklin
Introduction by Paul A. Volcker
Writing under the name Poor Richard from 1733-1758, Benjamin Franklin, a founding father of our country and an inventor, shared his wisdom and humor for twenty-five years with a yearly publication of predictions on the weather, astronomy, poetry and much more. Over 900 pithy sayings, including advice on money, friendship, marriage, ethics and human nature. Although published over 250 years ago, there are lessons about life that never change. Hardcover. 132 pages.