By Gil Bogen
In this groundbreaking examine Lincoln’s background, family members, and profession, Gil Bogen explores the sixteenth president’s historical past to bare that Lincoln can have been hiding in simple sight. alongside the way in which, Bogen highlights the moments that made Lincoln the excellent chief he was once, from his earliest days as a nation legislator to the Gettysburg deal with to that fateful evening in Ford Theatre.
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