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Abraham Lincoln: Friend or Foe of Freedom?

Abraham Lincoln: Friend or Foe of Freedom?

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This document unmasks the real face Abraham Lincoln
This document unmasks the real face Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln:Friend or Foeof Freedom?
Thomas J. DiLorenzoAuthor 
Lincoln Unmasked 
and
The Real Lincoln
and 
Joseph A. MorrisPresidentLincoln Legal Foundation
Remarks delivered at 
The Heartland Institute’s23rd Anniversary Benefit Dinner October 25, 2007Chicago, Illinois
 
Abraham Lincoln:Friend or Foe of Freedom?
Copyright ©2008 The Heartland InstitutePublished byThe Heartland Institute19 South LaSalle Street #903Chicago, Illinois 60603 phone 312/377-4000fax 312/377-5000www.heartland.orgAll rights reserved, including the right to reproducethis book or portions thereof in any form.Opinions expressed are solely those of the authors. Nothing in this report should be construed as necessarilyreflecting the view of The Heartland Institute or as an attempt to influence pending legislation.Additional copies of this bookletare available from The Heartland Institutefor the following prices:1-10 copies$4.95 per copy11-50 copies $3.95 per copy51-100 copies$2.95 per copy101 or more $1.95 per copyPrinted in the United States of AmericaISBN-13 978-1-934791-05-9ISBN-10 1-934791-05-9Manufactured in the United States of America
 
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Table of Contents
Preface
.......................................page vJoseph L. Bast,
The Heartland Institute
Introduction
..................................page 1Dan Miller,
Chicago Sun-TimesOpening Statement 
Lincoln: Foe of Freedom
........................page 5Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Opening Statement 
Lincoln: Friend of Freedom
.....................page 13Joseph A. Morris
 Rebuttal 
:
Thomas J. DiLorenzo....................page 21
 Rebuttal:
Joseph A. Morris.......................page 25
Cross Examination
Audience.....................................page 29Speaker Biographies............................page 37About the Publisher.............................page 39Order Form....................................page 41

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