Benjamin Franklin earned his place in history as a man of accomplishment in the disparate fields of diplomacy, science, publishing, and technological innovation. He also left his mark as a writer, as demonstrated in his volume of letters and essays, On Love, Marriage, and Other Matters.
In this collection, Franklin speaks about a range of subjects including marriage, wine, and cold air baths. In "Choice of a Mistress", Franklin speaks candidly about his fondness for the "gentler sex". In "Polly Baker", he fights for gender equality in a story about a woman condemned for having a child out of wedlock.
With a deep resonant voice, Adrian Cronauer uses the right mix of gravitas and approachability to bring to life the words of an American legend.
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