Lincoln in American Memory
Professor Merrill Peterson discussed his new book Lincoln in American Memory. The book focuses on the effect the administration of Abraham Lincoln has had on governing in the U.S. He also spoke about the reasons he decided to write the book.
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Merrill Peterson Professor Emeritus University of Virginia
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