While Abraham Lincoln’s stories, more often than not, made people laugh, they almost always had a point to them. The stories were Lincoln’s way of making it easy for people to understand what he was saying. Over the past year, I have taken the time to read hundreds of Lincoln’s stories, sayings, and quotes from his letters, and what really stands out to me, is his deep understanding of people. Many of his stories ring just as true today, as they did when he first told them over 150 years ago.
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson's grandson was an ax murderer? Do you delight knowing that some dinosaurs were as teeny tiny as hens? Wonder what it's like to live in Hell Town at the End of the World? How about an ailment so surreal it's named after Alice in Wonderland?
Have you ever thought about what you should do with our freedom of the press? What can we do with it? Ever so much! This book will empower you to get the absolute most out of freedom of the press. Listen to this book so you can help make the free world even better!