Benjamin Franklin's British Vision
'I disagree with him widely upon another point. I do not think that our ‘blood and treasure has been expended,’ as he intimates, ‘in the cause of the colonies,’ and that we are ‘making conquests for them:’ yet I believe this is too common an error. I do not say they are altogether unconcerned in the event. The inhabitants of them are, in common with the…
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