The Lincoln Way
In this series--Great Presidential Decisions--author Jeffrey B. Morris examines the way some presidents made key decisions, many with long-lasting effects. What led to the decisions? What options did the president have? How were the decisions carried out, and what effect did they have? Did they reveal farsighted brilliance or personal shortcomings?In The Lincoln Way, Morris considers the key decisions of one of America's greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln.
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