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It's very informative, filled with well researched, densely packed descriptions and history.
In "The Fiery Trial", Foner gives a very comprehensive study of how Lincoln's views on slavery developed throughout his life.
We see Abraham Lincoln as "The Great Emancipator", who ended slavery in the United States of America.
I bought this book for my husband, the history buff, and he did enjoy it, but found it slow going.Published 15 days ago by Claire Fette
Not only extremely informative and bristling with scholarship but a wonderful read even for a non-specialist. And has caused me to order Foner's work on Reconstruction.Published 2 months ago by james p. fenton
Shipped in appropriate amount of time. I was very satisfied.Published 2 months ago by Tyler W. Green
The book was a very easy read and provide aspects of Lincoln's Presidency often overlooked.Published 2 months ago by Dexter
I have read several biographies of Abraham Lincoln, this book is a great history of how his thinking about black Americans evolved over time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Howie Smith
Excellent insight and full of previously little known details of Lincoln's evolving thinking on the slavery issue. Lincoln was much more of a politician than most thought.Published 3 months ago by Karen A. Cittadine
This is a great book on Abraham Lincoln and his times and I learned a lot about what shaped his thoughts on slavery. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Headley Family