Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Myth

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American History

 

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Willie V

 

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March 8, 2015

 

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He believed that the Founding Fathers had drawn up the Constitution without the mention of slavery because they felt that it would later die of a natural death. He would soon learn that that would not be the case. Lincoln's greatness can be seen from the very beginning of his presidency, even from the Great Debates with Stephen A...
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Douglas. His speeches, above all else, would enthrall his audiences and paint beautiful pictures of the future of the American way of life, as he would hope it to be, and would keep the morale of his listeners high. In his Inaugural Address of March 4, 1861, he spoke to the South, saying, "In your hands? and not in mine, is the momentous issue of civil war...
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