William Penn: Spanning boundaries

Rhiannon Grant gives her thoughts about a recent lecture on William Penn by Andrew Murphy

An adopted American, a leader, a communicator, a visionary, who was also terrible with money, blind to his own faults, patronising, sometimes lauded and sometimes despised: William Penn emerges from Andrew Murphy’s analysis as a fully rounded and complex human being.

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