Abraham Lincoln: Abolitionist?

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To judge Lincoln by today’s standards may be a bit unfair though, due to the society he was a part of and the time period he lived in, and the feats he accomplished during his presidency were nothing short of revolutionary Abraham Lincoln is viewed today, by many, as a defender of blacks and an abolitionist...
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Although Lincoln believed slavery was morally wrong, “Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves; and, under a just God, can not long retain it” (Basler 376), he wasn’t actually anti-slavery, and believed that he was to do whatever was best for the unification of the Union...
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