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Benjamin Franklin's political views with regard to different british taxing of the colonists show that taxes have a major role to play with him turning away from england. Benjamin franklin strongly opposed the Townshend Acts, Stamp Act, and other taxes on colonial goods. He said after the Stamp Acts took effect, "The Sovereignty of the British Legislature out of Britain, I do not understand." Benjamin Franklin felt that the colonies were capable of writing their own legislation. That the colonies could have their own government and Benjamin Franklin was confidant that the body could properly legislate for all of the colonies.
For Jefferson, the abolition of primogeniture and entail was a far more important anti-poverty measure than poor laws providing housing and food for people in need. As Jefferson boasted to John Adams, “These [anti-primogeniture] laws, drawn by myself, laid the axe to the root of the pseudo-aristocracy.” Laws restricting the use and ownership of private property were remnants of feudalism, whereby the common people were kept in their place by discouraging property owners from making the most economical use of the property they had or by making it hard for the poor to acquire property of their own. In America, said Jefferson, “everyone may have land to labor for himself if he chooses; or, preferring the exercise of any other industry, may exact for it such compensation as not only to afford a comfortable subsistence, but wherewith to provide for a cessation of labor in old age.” 
In short, Franklin was not describing some tension between government power and individual liberty. He was describing, rather, effective self-government in the service of security as the very liberty it would be contemptible to trade. Notwithstanding the way the quotation has come down to us, Franklin saw the liberty and security interests of Pennsylvanians as aligned.