Lincoln at Peoria
The Turning Point
Getting Right with the
Declaration of Independence
by Lewis E. Lehrman
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Lincoln At Peoria: The Turning Point
Written by Lewis E. Lehrman
U.S. History Hardcover
July 2008
Published by Stackpole Books

Lincoln at Peoria: The Turning Point explains how Lincolnís speech at Peoria on October 16, 1854 was the turning point in the development of his antislavery campaign and his political career and thought. Here, Lincoln detailed his opposition to slaveryís extension and his determination to defend Americaís Founding document from those who denied that the Declaration of Independence applied to black Americans.

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