If authorship is any indication, anyway. The author of "Advice to a Young Man on the Choice of a Mistress" and "The Speech of Miss Polly Baker," is also reputed to have been one of the first American's to have acquired a copy of John Cleland's erotic classic "Fanny Hill." Of course, Franklin also flirted with fiat scrip for a while, so his judgment couldn't have been all that sound, after all.
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