Abstract

In 1967, J. A. Leo Lemay disputed the editors of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin for discounting Franklin's authorship of “A Letter From Father Abraham to His Beloved Son.” A preponderance of evidence, including newly identified sources for the “Letter's borrowings,” now seems to favor Lemay's position, although differently than he had supposed.

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