Mr. Lincoln & the Negroes: The Long Road to Equality
Atheneum, 1963 - 237 strani
Using Lincoln's philosophy and Civil War activities as a focal poit, Justice Douglas reviews "the long struggle for racial equality in America ... Half of the book is an appendix containing the main documents highlighting the controversy over civil rights in America: Declaration of Independence, Gettysburg Address, Lincoln's Second Inaugural, Emancipation Proclamation, 13th-15th Amendments, several court decisions, and Kennedy's civil rights message."
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