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  • . . .  by Lewis Lehrman A good suit is neither necessary nor sufficient for a good <>speech, much less a successful candidacy for the Presidency. Nevertheless in February 1860, Abraham Lincoln bought a new black suit before he left Springfield,  . . .
  • . . .  a marvelous hybrid of a book. Beyond the narrative and an extensive analysis of the <>speech itself, Lehrman draws out the rest of Lincoln's career, his political resurrection and America's political realignment, the coming of the war and Lincoln's  . . .
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  • . . .  effort to put on dignity, treated all men alike, much like old neighbors; whose <>speech had not seldom a rustic flavor about it; who always seemed to have time for a homely talk and never to be in a hurry to press business, and who occasionally  . . .
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  • . . .  effort to put on dignity, treated all men alike, much like old neighbors; whose <>speech had not seldom a rustic flavor about it; who always seemed to have time for a homely talk and never to be in a hurry to press business, and who occasionally  . . .
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  • . . .  [Long and continued cheers.] Gentlemen, this is a glorious theme, and the occasion for a <>speech, but I am not prepared to make one worthy of the occasion." 4 The theme about the Founders which Mr. Lincoln was exploring was not new. As a boy, two of  . . .
  • . . .  [Long and continued cheers.] Gentlemen, this is a glorious theme, and the occasion for a <>speech, but I am not prepared to make one worthy of the occasion." 4 The theme about the Founders which Mr. Lincoln was exploring was not new. As a boy, two of  . . .
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  • . . .  In 1856 , abolitionist Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts gave a provoking <>speech condemning pro-slavery men. During this <>speech, Sumner also personally insulted Senator Andrew Butler of South Carolina. Two days later on May 22, 1856 ,  . . .
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