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    Abraham Lincoln is one of the greatest men who ruled American and he has forever remained a hero following his numerous contributions toward the building of United States of America. He was inspirational leader and a great politician, and these are some of the traits that make Lincoln a man of ideas. In his book, Allen C. Guelzo says that Lincoln was an intellectual leader despite having meager education. His inquisitiveness pushed him into democratic political philosophy that helped him become…

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    Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America. He is remembered as one of America's utmost leaders because of his large influence on the country. Then, all of a sudden he was killed by John Wilkes Booth at a time when the nation needed him the most to finish the job he had started which was making slaves equal to everyone else. In summer of 1864, John Wilkes Booth began to develop a plan to kidnap President Lincoln, take him to Richmond, which was the confederate…

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    Abraham Lincoln played a big role on slavery when he was in offices as a president of the United States. When President Lincoln ended slavery it affected the united states politics in a great way and it also impacted the economy. However Abraham Lincoln changed the United States in a matter of years he brought the country back to one when he ended slavery . Therefore President Lincoln had a great impact on slavery when it was abolished. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the U.S…

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    presidents, Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln is known as a great president for many reasons, but one of the main reasons is because of his influence on the emancipation of African Americans during the course of the Civil War. There is no argument that Abraham Lincoln did in fact play a large role in the freeing of the slaves, but the question that frequently comes around is did Lincoln think this was the best thing to do because that is what he truly believed should happen, or did Lincoln free…

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    Abraham Lincoln played a major part in the success of the Reconstruction process in the 1800’s. After the Civil war, Lincoln decided to better the country by first creating the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865 that freed black Americans who were labored slaves at that time. Once freed,the slaves were able to live like others by being free to go as they pleased, work, educate themselves and eventually some had the right to vote which these things were considered as a major success to African…

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    Alison Manning September 8, 2014 Period 3 Lincoln (2012) Biography, Drama, History Steven Spielberg Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, David Strathairn Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Best Achievement in Production Design The Truth: Abraham Lincoln was the president during most of the American Civil war. Inaugurated in March of 1861, he served as the president until his death in 1865. His election caused the first succession, South Carolina, from the Union. Other southern states…

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    whether president Abraham Lincoln freed them, or they freed themselves. Both historical writers, Barbara Fields who believes the slaves freed themselves, and James McPherson who believes that Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves, put their arguments forth in their essays. Through much depicting of both essays, it can be determined that…

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    At number five I have the assasination of Abraham Lincoln. This was very hard for the Americans. They had just barely got done with a war. They lost about 600,000 men and most were from the south. John Wilkes Booth and a few others blamed Lincoln for the loss of these soldiers. So, Booth and his followers went to Ford’s theater and assassinated Lincoln. They tried to assassinate others but they had failed. This was the first assassination of a president and it told us that we need more…

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    models, gaining inspiration and hope from them. One such hero is America’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln continues to be recognized as a hero because he achieved his goals despite many hardships, believed in equality for all people, and brought a divided nation back together again. Lincoln’s hardships and how he overcame them is one reason that he continues to be looked up as a hero. Lincoln was born in a one room log house to a fairly poor family, and his mother and sister died…

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    Abraham Lincoln is known as one the most resilient presidents in the United States history. This was largely because of his triumph over adversity during one the most turbulent times in United States history: the American Civil War. Lincoln had many positive traits attributed to him by historians and the general public alike such as honesty, charisma, a silver tongue, and a sense of equality. While the previously mentioned traits helped Lincoln in his political career, Lincoln had to possess…

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