Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President

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W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 516 pages
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This major biography of Abraham Lincoln has won the prestigious Lincoln Prize, the annual award given to the best book in the Civil War field. Guelzo's superb work breaks new ground in exploring the role of ideas in Lincoln's life, treating him for the first time as a serious thinker deeply involved in the struggles of nineteenth-century thought.

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Review: Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President (Library of Religious Biography)

User Review  - J. - Goodreads

This is a provocative new biography of Lincoln. It not only sheds new light on him by putting him in the context of Whig politics, it also makes sense of his complicated but very real spiritual life. And Guelzo's writing is terrific. Read full review

Review: Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President (Library of Religious Biography)

User Review  - Karenj - Goodreads

Very interesting and well-written biography of President Lincoln. Read full review

Contents

The Strife of Ideas
3
The American System
26
The Costs of Union
64
Copyright

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