Citizen of the World
For his genius, charm, and zest for life, the French embraced him as "le bon docteur." At the Constitutional Convention, Franklin himself admonished his fellow delegates to "doubt your own infallibility." Reenactments, historical commentary, and illustrations are artfully deployed in this appreciation of a multifaceted life.
This title is part of the series: PRE-20TH CENTURY
6 and up
Approximately 45–50 minutes