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Abraham Lincoln, the American Founding, and the Principles of the Republican Party
American Constitutionalism and the Statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln
Arkansas Editorial – 1865
Confederate Flag Battle – A Time To Teach
Congress Grapples With Slavery Apology
Defending the Cause of Human Freedom
Free Soil Party – 1854
Issues & Views Black Slaveowners
Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Rise of the Republican Party
Lincoln – America's greatest president
Lincoln vs Davis
Negro Spirituals
Newspaper Accounts of the Amistad Case – 1839
Prospects of Slavery Expansion
Review of A New Birth of Freedom
The Crittenden Compromise – 1861
The Non-slaveholders of the South – 1861
The Speech That Changed the World
The Terrors of Submission – 1860
The True Issue – 1861
What Is the True Issue – 1860

Promoting a Greater Understanding of the Civil War