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  • Lincoln, Abraham
    Abraham Lincoln is important for two main reasons. First, Lincoln is important because of his role in freeing the slaves. Lincoln was not an abolitionist or a believer in racial equality. He is,...

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    For the purposes of this question, I will assume that I “met” Lincoln while he was alive, say in early April of 1865. He does not know how Reconstruction will happen or how the US will turn...

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    It is, of course, impossible for us to know what Abraham Lincoln would have done had he lived. The evidence is contradictory and it is impossible to know how Lincoln would have interpreted the...

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    Lincoln made it clear during his days in office that preserving and reuniting the Union--not the abolition of slavery--was his foremost objective as president. My paramount object in this struggle...

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    The man who killed Abraham Lincoln was named John Wilkes Booth. Booth was a very famous actor (in plays, as there were of course no movies at the time). He came from a family of famous actors....

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  • Lincoln, Abraham
    Abraham Lincoln’s views on slavery were somewhat complex. He was, generally speaking, personally opposed to slavery, but he did not think that the government could ban slavery in the states...

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  • Lincoln, Abraham
    The above answer gives Lincoln far more credit than he deserves, and stretches his role in ending slavery to a fanciful extent. Lincoln did not begin the Civil War, let alone see it as a fight over...

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  • History
    Concerning Lincoln as the Great Emancipator: Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation about a year after he began making war upon the CSA. He did not want to upset any of the slaveholders in...

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    In these particular presidents, I think that more detail must be offered as to what is being examined. The question asks how each embodied "it," and the most obvious question is what "it" is. The...

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    When Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, the Civil War was already over. His assassination didn't do the South any good. Essentially, it was an act of revenge. Lincoln was assassinated on April 14,...

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  • History
    The most fundamental difference between the two presidents is the context in which they served their terms. Jackson served (1829-1837) his term as a time of relative peace and prosperity while...

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