Abraham Lincoln: A Legacy of Freedom by George Clack

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Decisive victories in the Shenandoah Valley and the capture of Atlanta, Georgia, fruits of Lincoln’s vision of relentless pressure on the entire military front, offered hope for ultimate victory. But the South showed no signs of surrendering. Grant’s superior generalship and Lincoln’s policy of simultaneous offensives were being sorely tested in a bitter and stalemated siege of General Robert E. Lee’s army at Petersburg, Virginia. In the Western Theater (as the area between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River was called), a weakened but still formidable Confederate army roamed, and west of the Mississippi, a large and virtually untested enemy force held Louisiana and Texas.

Death became a transition to a new Union and a new humanity. As Lincoln approached the climax of his unexpectedly short address, he uttered the words that would be most remembered: FWhWZ[fh[Y[Z_d]j^[=[jjoiXkh]7ZZh[ii$J^[if[[Y^_ji[b\ mWidejfWhj_YkbWhbom[bb#h[Y[_l[ZWjj^[j_c[1_jii_]d_ÓYWdY[ _dZ[Ód_d]j^[9_l_bMWhWiWijhk]]b[\ehWÇd[mX_hj^e\ \h[[ZecÈbWj[hX[YWc[kdZ[hijeeZXoWbb$ 58 ˆ ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A LEGACY OF FREEDOM and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

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