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Abraham Lincoln, Poet

Lincoln is a poetic man. Reads it.Rereads it. Writes it. Recites it. Quotes it. Exposes his soul to it. Delights in it. Is counseled by it. Poetry will not be rushed, is multifaceted, can be plain or mysterious, looks beneath … Continue reading

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When To Give A Long Speech

When To Make A Long Speech:  What Would Abraham Lincoln Do? by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. The Gettysburg Address was just two minutes long. It is recognized today as one of the finest speeches ever given in the English language.   Generally … Continue reading

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