Wednesday, August 10, 2011

How did Lincoln feel about slavery when he took office (based on his First Inaugural Address)? Compare this to?

Abraham Lincoln was an honest man since childhood.In his locality he was called 'Honest abbe'.He always acted in honest remaining away from political foul game.The famous book 'Uncle Tom's Cabin" created sensation among people with least of sense.Abraham Lincoln was confident of banning slavery what he actually did.Money monger farmers of some states revolted in favor of slavery.It was a crucial time for an almost newly emerged nation . But Abraham did not stay back.Ultimately Truth prevailed.In Gettysburg Address he clearly declared equal Rights of all and all citizens , "The Govt. of the people by the people for the people shall not perish from the earth."-

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