A War That Shouldn't Have Started Chapter 9
England, Canada and America followed Benjamin to his house, where food was being prepared by George. George was Benjamin's longtime slave.
Benjamin Franklin used to support slavery not too long ago. In fact, he once believed that negros could not be educated as well as European white children, until he went to a school for free Negro children. Even then, he didn't began turning against slavery for many years later, until VERY recently. Before the death of his wife, Benjamin wrote in his Will that all of his slaves were to be freed, once he passed away. How the British were treating the American colonists made Benjamin have second thoughts on his opinion on slavery in general.
"Man, this is good. Thanks Gorge," America thanks, grinning.
"You really gotta stop with the nicknames," Canada muttered under his breath.
"Hey, he's cool with it," America replied. "Besides, he's practically family here."
George laughed, replying, "thank you. It's a pleasure."
America grinned as England showed a