The Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln
Philosophical Library/Open Road, Nov 9, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
One of America’s most important presidents and great communicators Remembered for his leadership during the dark years of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln remains one of the most studied and intriguing figures in American history. Collected from his letters, documents, and speeches, The Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln examines the sixteenth president’s statements on politics, the Civil War, slavery, education, law, Reconstruction, and his private life, and offers readers both his most notable remarks in their original context and insight on a variety of earlier and less explored historical events. His wry and self-deprecating humor comes through whether he is speaking of his own election or writing to his wife. Arranged chronologically, Lincoln’s quotes reflect his evolution from humble small-town politician to a leader facing his nation’s greatest internal crisis and massive social change.
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