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Our Lincoln: New Perspectives on Lincoln and His... Название: Our Lincoln – New Perspectives on Lincoln and His World, Eric Foner
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This newest publication from the eminent Eric Foner is an early gift to avid readers of the Civil War and Lincoln. A Many of us know, we are fast approaching the ...

Clinton provides a straightforward narrative describing the generally accepted story of the Lincoln family relationships and shows Lincoln in the traditional nineteenth-century domestic environment. For example, McPherson's essay on the way Lincoln grew into his role as commander in chief and fused that position into the office of the presidency is explored in even greater detail in the author's prize-winning monograph, (2008). In Manisha Sinha's essay, Lincoln is far less the pioneer—at least when it comes to racial egalitarianism.

Another distinction of the book is the high stature of the contributors, a Who's Who of experts in nineteenth-century American history, including David W. Now, more than fifty years later, with the Lincoln bicentennial at an end, is there anyone left on earth who does not know Lincoln? Is there anything about Lincoln left unknown? During the two years of the bicentennial celebration, the world welcomed more than one hundred new books on the sixteenth president. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.

The result is a set of essays that contains not only some fresh looks at Lincoln but also some snapshots of the state of scholarship on such subjects as abolitionism, evangelicalism, race and slavery, political ideology, the Victorian-era family, and American memory. Lincoln's relationship to the world in which he lived and the people he influenced. The essays, written by leading scholars of Lincoln and the nineteenth century, demonstrate that there remain fascinating areas for inquiry into the life of this complex American icon. Each author seeks to explain an aspect of the "complex interrelationship between the man and the times in which he lived" (p.

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    A number of books, including Douglas Wilson's (2006), have examined Lincoln's use of language, but Delbanco takes a different look, emphasizing the sacramental content. In Manisha Sinha's essay, Lincoln is far less the pioneer—at least when it comes to racial egalitarianism. In another essay, Sean Wilentz proposes that Lincoln accepted many of the political ideas of the Jacksonian Democrats.

    Similarly, Wilentz's argument about the Jacksonian roots of Lincoln's political ideology is a component of his substantial study, (2005); Clinton's reflections on the significance of family to Lincoln—especially female family members—in the earliest and latest years of his life grow out of her biography, (2009); and Foner's reconsideration of Lincoln's approach to colonizing African Americans offers a glance into his larger study, Other essays in the collection offer information or analyses unavailable elsewhere. The idea that Lincoln would abandon his strong Whiggish opinions may seem a bit of a stretch, but Wilentz does place Lincoln in the political environment of the first half of the nineteenth century, and from that perspective the essay is worthwhile. Lincoln's relationship to the world in which he lived and the people he influenced.

    Click the Browse box to see a selection of books and journals by: Research Area, Titles A-Z, Publisher, Books only, or Journals only. Previous Lincoln scholars have tended to clump civil rights into one category and debated among themselves which rights Lincoln did or did not envision African Americans possessing in the post-emancipation nation. These essays contribute to our understanding of the atmosphere and the political and social institutions of the period. The essays by James McPherson and Mark Neely provide a synthesis, with some new perspectives, of their larger book-length treatments of Lincoln as commander in chief and Lincoln's use of presidential power.

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