The age of Lincoln
"In a remarkable reappraisal of Lincoln, distinguished historian Burton shows how the Kentucky-born president's Southernness empowered him to conduct a civil war that redefined freedom as a personal right protected by the rule of law. In the violent decades that followed, the extent of tha...
New York :
Hill and Wang,
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- Kindred spirits and double-minded men
- "Gale of simple freedom"
- To carry out the Lord's vengeance
- Washed in the blood
- "Southerner by birth"
- "The coming of the Lord"
- "A giant holocaust of death"
- "I want you to come home"
- "To square accounts"
- The promised land
- "The safeguard of the Republic"
- "A dead radical is very harmless"
- The new colossus
- A cross of gold.