• Art
  • Published 2004

Benjamin Franklin's Printing Network and the Stamp Act

@inproceedings{Frasca2004BenjaminFP,
  title={Benjamin Franklin's Printing Network and the Stamp Act},
  author={Ralph R. Frasca},
  year={2004}
}
ome Political Revolutions will probably mark the Beginning of the next Session; for the Struggle for Power is constant in this Country; nor can I see an End to it," London printer William Strahan wrote to Philadelphia printer David Hall in 1764. The English Parliament, in the midst of a governmental shakeup, would in the next session be "endeavouring to extinguish, in some Degree at least, our enormous Debt, which, if it is suffered to increase, must sooner or later overwhelm us." 1 

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  • diss., University of Iowa,
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Hall's emergence as a patriot during the Stamp Act crisis is discussed in Robert D. Harlan, "David Hall and the Stamp Act," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 6I

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'At the Sign of the Bribe Refused': The Constitutional Courant and the Stamp Tax, 1765," New Jersey History 107 (Fall-Winter

  • Ralph Frasca
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  • 1962