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The Way to Wealth by Benjamin Franklin

Statesman, scientist, entrepreneur, inventor . . . Benjamin Franklin is synonymous with American ingenuity and achievement. It’s no coincidence that his face is on the hundred dollar bill.

In The Way to Wealth, Franklin reveals, through his wise and witty sayings, the fundamental principles for a prosperous life. Originally published in the 1757 Poor Richard’s Almanac, this work was America’s first financial advice book. Widely read throughout the Colonies, Franklin’s wisdom guided our nation during the Founding era—and it is just as relevant today.

This handsomely-designed edition also includes extensive excerpts from Franklin’s autobiography, detailing the philosophy that lead to his success.