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  1. Benjamin Franklin Bache (August 12, 1769 – September 10, 1798) was an American journalist, printer and publisher. He founded the Philadelphia Aurora, a newspaper that supported Jeffersonian philosophy.

    • September 10, 1798 (aged 29), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  2. September 10, 1798. Benjamin Franklin Bache was the printer and publisher of the Philadelphia Aurora, a leading Democratic-Republican newspaper in the 1790s. During his short life, Bache became a vocal critic of the early Federalist Party and George Washington’s administration.

  3. by Raffi Andonian Benjamin Franklin Bache, grandson of Benjamin Franklin, lived a life devoted to fulfilling the ideals of republicanism. Although he had supported the ratification of the Constitution when it had circulated for debate at the different state conventions of 1787 and 1788, Bache’s interpretation of the newly-implemented Constitution in the 1790s was much more

  4. Benjamin Franklin Bache, grandson of Benjamin Franklin, was a journalist, the founder of the Philadelphia General Advertiser, and supporter of Jefferson’s Republican party. In these two pieces he sympathetically summarized the situation in France during the period when Louis XVI was put on trial and executed.

  5. Benjamin Franklin Bache, born on August 12, 1769, carried the legacy of one of America's most iconic statesmen, being the direct grandson of the illustrious Benjamin Franklin. Born to Sarah Franklin Bache and Richard Bache, he was thrust into a lineage of intellectual prominence and civic duty.

  6. 7 de jun. de 2017 · Benjamin Bache. Benjamin Franklin Bache was the founder and editor of the Aurora. Courtesy of American Philosophical Society, Bache Papers, Castle Collection. As founder of the Aurora newspaper, Benjamin Bache was a vocal opponent of the Washington and Adams administrations, and outspoken supporter of Jefferson.

  7. Bache is viewed as an eighteenth-century libertarian ideologue in Jeffery A. Smith, "The Enlightenment Education of Benjamin Franklin Bache," PMHB 112 (1988), 483-501, and James Tagg, "The Limits of Republicanism: The Reverend Charles Nisbet, Benjamin Franklin Bache, and the French Revolution," ibid, 503-43. For the Aurora's earlier views on ...