Hating Lincoln As the nation pauses to honor President's Day, essayist and Lincoln biographer Allen Guelzo ponders why Lincoln, acclaimed as one of America's greatest presidents, is hated by so many different types of people.
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As the nation pauses to honor President's Day, essayist and Lincoln biographer Allen Guelzo ponders why Lincoln, acclaimed as one of America's greatest presidents, is hated by so many different types of people.