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American Philosophical Society
Franklin the Diplomat: The French Mission: Transactions, APS (vol. 72, part 1)
Jonathan R. Dull
This study looks at how Benjamin Franklin approached his job as a diplomat & evaluates his performance. It is restricted to the wartime years of Franklinís French mission & concentrates on the activities author Dull considers most important. To illuminate Franklin, Dull discusses the individual people with whom he worked, the polity he represented, & the society in which he lives. Contents: Franklinís diplomatic background; The development of Franklinís negotiating style; Franklin the negotiator: securing the alliance; Franklin as head of mission; Franklin & the functioning of the alliance; Franklin the negotiator: securing the peace; & Franklin: diplomat & man.
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