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Firetrucks, fire stations, even those cool poles that firefighters slide down—they all date back to colonial times and a certain founding father. Famous for his contributions to the U.S. Constitution, electricity and bifocals, it turns out that Benjamin Franklin also had an obsession with fire safety. Here’s how he created another American institution.
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