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Lincoln Revisited: New Insights From the Lincoln Forum; edited by John Y. Simon, Harold Holzer, and Dawn Vogel. New York: Fordham University, 2007. ) Jones, Howard. Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Lincoln, Abraham. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates; edited by Rodney O. Davis and Douglas L. Wilson. Urbana, IL: Knox College Lincoln Studies Center, University of Illinois Press, 2008. Lincoln, Abraham.

By the close of 1862, the Palmerston ministry came to realize that whatever blend of realpolitik and moral instinct drove Lincoln’s proclamation, however less than 100 percent pure his motives, the results would be desirable and just. A New Birth of Freedom And so it was. When northern victory finally came in April 1865, it was clear that the president had saved the Union, but not the Union of 1861. S. Constitution assured that Americans would never again permit slavery in their land, the true breadth of Lincoln’s vision became clear.

Yet apprehension intruded upon this hopeful spirit. Rumors flew about the capital that desperate Confederates, realizing that defeat was imminent, would attempt to abduct or assassinate the president. Lincoln’s second inaugural address is 701 words long, 505 of only one syllable. Lincoln began in a subdued tone. In the highly charged atmosphere of wartime Washington, with soldiers everywhere, it is as if he wanted to lower anticipations. In his second paragraph, Lincoln employed the image of war in every sentence.

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Abraham Lincoln, A Legacy of Freedom by George Clack (Editor)

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