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Abraham Lincoln EXPOSED I: Donald Livingston Lecture 1 of 11

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Uploaded on Aug 31, 2008

"Rethinking Lincoln" by Donald Livingston -

Although Abraham Lincoln has been regarded as the greatest President in American history, numerous historians and philosophers have a very different perspective to share. Although it is true that Lincoln "freed the slaves," there is much more about Lincoln that many don't know. In fact, many have said that much of the turmoil in our society today all started because of Lincoln.

Please take the time to listen to ALL OF THESE LECTURES. There are a lot of them, but the information is very important and well researched. Like anything else though, you should still think about the information critically and draw your own conclusions. You should also do your own research on these topics.

Other than the picture for each video, these presentations are entirely audio, so you don't need to watch anything. You could record the lectures to tape or CD and then listen to them in your car or wherever it's convenient for you.

For more true history, please visit http://www.TrueWorldHistory.info.

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