Lincoln's uniqueness lay in the fact that, in the context of his position, he insisted in adhering to the national goals that he had set out for the American nation - unity and the liberation of the slaves. Although many people opposed him, both among the people and in his own party, he exhibited determination and consistency, which in the end cost him his life.
Please note: the audiobook is narrated in the Hebrew language.
©2009 Dr. Yossi Ben Tollia; (P)2009 SonicBooks Ltd
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