- Title Pages
- One “This obscure Family of ours was early in the Reformation”
- Two “I had such a Thirst for Knowledge”
- Three Franklin’s Imperial Imaginings
- Four Pennsylvania Politics and the Problems of Empire
- Five “People in the Colonies . . . better Judges”
- Six Franklin in London’s Theater of Empire
- Seven Love of Country
- Eight Rebellion to Tyrants, Obedience to God
- Nine “I intended well, and I hope all will end well”
- Bibliography of Printed Sources
- Benjamin Franklin and the Ends of Empire
- Oxford University Press
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