LINCOLN AND THE ABOLITIONISTS: John Quincy Adams, Slavery, and the Civil War
In a far-reaching historical narrative, Kaplan offers a nuanced appreciation of both these great men--Lincoln as an antislavery moralist who believed in an exclusively white Americana and Adams as an antislavery activist who had no doubt that the U.S. would become a multiracial nation. 16 pages of illustrations, some color.
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