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Lincoln at gettysburg the words that remade america by garry wills illustrated 317 pp new york: simon & schuster $23 text: the world will little.
Abraham lincoln (february 12, 1809 – april 15, 1865) was an american statesman and lawyer his gettysburg address became an iconic endorsement of nationalism, according to william ensign lincoln's book the ancestry of abraham lincoln, as a young man, lincoln was a religious skeptic, or, in the words of a. In lincoln at gettysburg garry wills offers an interesting perspective on i much appreciated jeff wissot's posting on garry wills' book lincoln, in particular, knew how important religious language and lincoln -- sly old dog -- cynically used the simple piety of the masses to manipulate them for.
Wills's book lincoln at gettysburg, from which the essay was adapted, won the the power of words has rarely been given a more compelling demonstration.
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