The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever Analysis

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Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard wrote the book, Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever, is about Abe(delete) Lincoln and his days leading up to his assassination is Ford Theater. Killing Lincoln is an attempt to fill in some pieces about the assassination of President Lincoln.
The Book (use the title of the book: Killing Lincoln…)starts out as Lincoln is being sworn into the presidency of the United States. Also the book starts with Confederate War, when there were mixed emotions about Lincoln. Many citizens despised Lincoln and anti-Lincoln protest became an issue. All Lincoln was worried about in this time was seeing America healed again. Lincoln instructed Grant to offer Lee the most lenient surrender terms possible which was accepted. Although the war came to a peaceful end the
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The assassination of Lincoln was a tragic day for all Americans and the authors interpreted the book in a very exciting way to find out what happened next after the Confederate War and his death. The authors counted down the days till Lincoln 's death during his presidency after he accomplished the war or after he got through a rough time. Killing Lincoln should be a well recommended book. The book would be recommended to high school or college students to read. It strikes interest of the Lincoln assassination and is very well written also understandable.

In conclusion, Lincoln was assassinated. He was an inspirational president; after going through the Civil War and getting General Lee to surrender was a big accomplishment. Although there anti-Lincoln riots he dealt with it in a courteous manner. Lincoln was a sensational president, but sadly his days came to an end in the Ford Theater where John Booth shot Lincoln in the back of the head. This was Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Shocked America

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