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Lincoln-Douglas Debates and Lincoln's Address at Sanitary Fair

Please read the following:

-Pages 261 to 265, The Lincoln- Douglas Debates (1858) at the following link:

http://mark.levengood.people.cpcc.edu/HIS131/FonerDocs1/FonerCh13_HouseDivided.pdf

-Abraham Lincoln, Address at Sanitary Fair Baltimore (1864) at:

http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/address-at-a-sanitary-fair/

And respond to the question:

Consider as well the Lincoln-Douglas Debates along with Lincoln's Address at Sanitary Fair, Baltimore. How does Lincoln reject Douglas' definition of freedom with his words in both documents? Has Lincoln changed any of his views in regard to race by 1864?

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Lincoln-Douglas Debates and Lincoln's Address at Sanitary Fair, Baltimore

Please read the following:

-Pages 261 to 265, The Lincoln- Douglas Debates (1858) at the following link:

http://mark.levengood.people.cpcc.edu/HIS131/FonerDocs1/FonerCh13_HouseDivided.pdf

-Abraham Lincoln, Address at Sanitary Fair Baltimore (1864) at: ...

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