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The Man that Saved the Union
Abraham Lincoln was the last President of the United States who could genuinely use words. Lincoln's speech tells us, that Lincoln was a master of the spoken word. Perhaps the best parts of Lincoln's construction of his speeches were his use of the biblical construction. It's easy to think of Lincoln as an undereducated, self-made man, which of he was, but he also was a highly literate, well-read man who had given himself a well-rounded education.
Lincoln uses of words like "brought forth," "conceived," "created," and "a new birth of freedom" insistently in his speeches. Which give a since…
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