The Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858

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Oxford University Press, 1965 - History - 336 pages
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A complete collection of the debates that took place in Illinois between Lincoln and Douglas

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User Review  - JM Slowik - Goodreads

Interesting, and maddening. I happen to be an Illinois bois and I loved reading Lincoln's speeches here. Eloquence, clarity, conviction, acid. I had read too much about Lincoln and too few of his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Don Weidinger - Goodreads

7 debates that highlighted 1858 senatorial race. Noble arguments over human bondage and proper roles of government from both men, full text of debates, Douglas use of black republican party, best is ... Read full review

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Kevin G. Pace is an award-winning composer and musician. He has written numerous works in many different genres. His works include music for choir, solo voice, beginning to advanced piano solo, and piano duet. His music ranges from sacred to blues to boogie to classical/romantic to modern. He lives with his beautiful wife and large dog in the Salt Lake valley. He has six children and twelve grandchildren.

Stephen Douglas wrote "If I Had A Million Dollars ... I'd Ease The Pain of HIV/AIDS in Africa" on behalf of the York Region Committee in Support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

Johannsen is J.G. Randall Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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