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President Obama's Handwritten Tribute to the Gettysburg Address

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150 years after President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address, President Obama penned a handwritten tribute to President Lincoln's historic remarks.

150 years after President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address, President Obama penned a handwritten tribute to President Lincoln's historic remarks.

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  • If the measure of a man is in his private thoughts and reflections, as well as in his actions, then President Obama has my respect and admiration for thoughts like these ...
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  • And I can only stare and ponder more at the Culp's Hill, Gettyburg cannon painting that rests on my work table to remind me of the ordeals of that day and order.....and to quietly recall the tribute of Doris kearns in her book 'Team of Rivals', an extraordinary work of and about the Genius Abraham Lincoln.
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