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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • "That few in public affairs act from a meer view of the good of their country, whatever they may pretend; and, tho’ their actings bring real good to their country, yet men primarily considered that their own and their country’s interest was united, and did not act from a principle of benevolence.

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  • Did the author mention multiple companies primarily to demonstrate diversity of solutions or to show that interest in the industry is widespread?
  • The second paragraph is primarily concerned with showing how the colleges are different.

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