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Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address By Abraham Lincoln,

  • Title: Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
  • Author: Abraham Lincoln
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
    Abraham Lincoln s First Inaugural Address This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

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    1. Important historical reading I was amazed at how much slavery was mentioned in Lincoln s first inaugural speech, and how much this speech differs from his second inaugural For those who still deny that slavery was the cause of the Civil War, just read these historical documents.

    2. Lincoln s first inaugural address is one of the most problematic and dangerous speeches ever delivered by a president Lincoln continually falsifies the historical narrative in order to create a gnostic primordial American nation that never existed He also comes dangerously close to blatantly lying when he says his positions during the Secession Winter were clear In fact he famously practiced a silence that his advisors repeatedly asked him to break He also claims to not want war, all the while m [...]

    3. This book is a transcript of the speech given by Abraham Lincoln on the 4th March 1861 In it Lincoln addresses the concerns of the southern States who were at that time distressed about the Republican attitude towards slavery The speech is medium length and easy enough to grasp without much knowledge of what was going on at the time.This was a really interesting read, particularly since I ve just finished a biography of Abraham Lincoln during his war years He said in the speech he had no intenti [...]

    4. A robust and precise speech, targeted most likely at the politicians preparing for secession, rather than the public In this aspect, reflected in its style, it is markedly different from both theSecond Inaugural Addressand the Gettysburg Address, like the Speech at Cooper Union.Many thanks to John Greenman for volunteering to read the free audiobook Librivox edition and doing it splendidly

    5. be cheerfully given protection and services thereto, idea of secession is anarchy or despotism, preserve protect defend, Second reasonably satisfactory and encouraging, 1 8 slaves to restrict territorial enlargement of both read same bible and invokes aid of same judge not lest we be judged fervently we pray the judgments of the lord are true and right.

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