by C. A., Ph.D. Tripp and Lewis Gannett
February 12, 2005 The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln, a recently published book by author C.A. Tripp, argues that President Abraham Lincoln had intimate relationships with men. Two Lincoln scholars debate evidence for and against the notion that Lincoln was gay.
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