Table of contents for Atlantic cousins : Benjamin Franklin and his visionary friends / Jack Fruchtman, Jr.


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America
1 Three Men and the Horrors of Slavery: Whitefield,
Benezet, and Sharp  ......................  23
2 Benjamin Rush, Revolution, Religion, and
M edicine  ..........................  55
3 Paine, Revolutionary Zeal, and Engineering .... 101
England
4 Price and Priestley, Religious Dissent and
Revolution  .........................  141
5 Price, Priestley, and Scientific Inquiry ........ 169
France
6 Marat and Mesmer, Charlatans or Misunderstood
Scientists?  .........................  197
7 Condorcet, Revolution, and la R6publique
Francaise  ..........................  233
8 Brissot, Revolutionary Politics, and Democracy ... 269
9  Learning in the New  Era .................  305
Epilogue A Future of Progress, Liberty, and Justice . . 325
Short T itles  ...................................  333
N otes  .................................  335
W orks Cited  ............................  367



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Franklin, Benjamin,1706-1790 Friends and associates, Enlightenment United States, United States Intellectual life 18th century