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One of the best books ever written about Lincoln by Dale Carnegie. Chronicles the inner life and struggles of Abraham Lincoln, how he led a life of poverty, how he went from pauper to become president, how he emerged from obscurity and became the Republican nominee at the 1860 Chicago convention, how he loved to tell humorous stories, and that he was an avid reader of Shakespeare. 

You will love this book whether you are already well-versed in Lincoln history and sayings or simply know his as the president who emancipated Blacks from slavery.

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Lincoln

Both the book and the narration were absolutely superlative. I felt as though a time travelled and got lost completely in the story and narrative.

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stories they don't tell you in school...

Amazing stories and back stories about the life of Lincoln and those around him. It shows Abraham Lincoln as a man not just a perfect historical figure. I have recommended it to all of my family and friends:)