The definitive account of Abraham Lincoln's life and presidency, written collaboratively by John Hay and Robert George Nicolay, his personal secretaries. Drawing on their close personal relationship to the president, they offer an insightful and balanced analysis of Lincoln's political genius, his leadership during the Civil War, and his tragic legacy. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in American History.
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