[E]very Man who comes among us, and takes up a piece of Land, becomes a Citizen…




[E]very Man who comes among us, and takes up a piece of Land, becomes a Citizen…

[E]very Man who comes among us, and takes up a piece of Land, becomes a Citizen… --Benjamin Franklin

[E]very Man who comes among us, and takes up a piece of Land, becomes a Citizen, and by our Constitution has a Voice in Elections, and a share in the Government of the Country.

Benjamin Franklin

Year: 1784
Context: Letter to William Straham
Tags: Constitution, citizen, elections, government, land, man, share, voice



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