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An excellent book if you like tight reasoning. At my stage in life, I don't. So an impressive document, kudos to the author for his achievement. .Published 1 month ago by John C. Wadman
How can one man have read so many books and understood them? How can he have such a command of the mind of so many contemporaries to these two great men. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Johannes Beta
I have dedicated bookshelves in my library for Darwin/Evolution and Lincoln/Civil War. I've read much on these two favorite historical characters, but still managed to learn much... Read morePublished 8 months ago by William M. Montante
Adam Gopnik is an excellent crafter of phrases and has some very nice ideas about Darwin and Lincoln (esp. Darwin) that made me see them in a new light. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew Kennard
This is intellectual history at its finest, with keen perceptions on every page and indeed every paragraph. This is a remarkable book.Published 11 months ago by Stephen J. Whitfield
Amazing correlation between two amazing men trying to live up to their full potentialPublished 15 months ago by Sandra
Very interesting with insights into the minds of Lincoln and Darwin.Published 16 months ago by Robert Sager