THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION: Lincoln, Slavery, and the Refounding of America
Tells the story of how Lincoln broke the Constitution in order to remake it. To do so, it offers a riveting narrative of his constitutional choices and how he made them, and places Lincoln in the context of the rich thinking of the time, from African American abolitionists to Lincoln's Republican rivals and Secessionist ideologues. Photos.
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