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You're about to be an eyewitness to the ten crucial days in Abraham Lincoln's life, including:
A tragic loss that sets a boy on a course for greatness A career sacrificed to protest an unjust war A state resorting to treason to preserve slavery A president who learns the most difficult decisions are made alone And a promise made to every citizen that American's salves will be free.
These days and five others shook Lincoln's world - and yours.
Published: Aladdin on
ISBN: 9781416998938
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