Franklin implored the delegates to sign the Constitution unanimously. But…


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Second: I have taken outrageous artistic license here (as usual). I’ve knocked one of Franklin’s most powerful and moving speeches into a few terse blurbs — cutting out both not only the poetry and emotion, but also the jokes! Outrageous!

And I’ve had him say the words himself. I’ve denied you what happened in real life — he was too weak to speak, it was a monumental effort for him to even attend, and so with an unsteady hand he handed his prepared remarks to James Wilson to read for him. The delegates were all

I denied you all that. And I’m going to do it again, real soon.


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