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January 20, 1998 by Crown .
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'Reelecting Lincoln' thus tells the tale of the numerous political clashes that took place that year. It occasionally moves away from the Capital, reporting events in the Eastern Front, in Chicago convention, or even in Richmond, but the focus is clearly on the politics in Washington/5(22).
Reelecting Lincoln book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. John Waugh combines corroborative detail and anecdotal material /5. Here, from the author of the acclaimed book The Class ofis the dramatic story of what may have been the most critical election campaign in American history.
Taking place in the midst of the Civil War, the election of would determine the very future of the nation. REELECTING LINCOLN: The Battle for the Presidency User Review 4/5(1). Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency - Kindle edition by Waugh, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency/5(22). A vigorous, detailed record of the crucial campaign for the presidency during the last bitter stages of the Civil War.
Waugh, a journalist with the Christian Science Monitor and a historian (The Class of From West Point to Appomattox, ), brings the skills of both callings to bear on this somewhat unlikely subject and produces a surprisingly lively narrative.
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“Reelecting Lincoln tells the whopping tale of the most important election in American History. This is a riveting book, written in a journalistic style that will make it hard to put down.” — Frank J. Williams, Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court and Chairman of The Lincoln Forum.
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Book Review: Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency (John C. Waugh): ACW The presidential election was the final crucial battle of the Civil War, and Author: Historynet Staff. David E. Long, Jewel of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln's Re-Election and the End of York: DaCapo, reprint pp., index.
John C. Waugh, Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the York: Crown Publishers, pp. Despite a range of political difficulties, and mounting public war weariness during the summer months, Abraham Lincoln seemed to have easily Author: Adam I. Smith. If you can read only one book: Waugh, John C.
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Get this from a library. Reelecting Lincoln: the battle for the presidency. [John C Waugh] -- Perhaps the most critical election campaign in American history, in the midst of the Civil War, this election determined the very future of the nation.
Would the country be unified or permanently. REELECTING LINCOLN The Battle for the Presidency. By John C. Waugh. Illustrated. New York: Crown Publishers.
$ If you're looking for books specifically about the election, try these: David E. Long, The Jewel of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln's Re-election and the End of Slavery John C.
Waugh, Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency Larry E. Nelson, Bullets, Ballots, and Rhetoric: Confederate Policy for the United States Presidential Contest of "Hardcover - This is a brand NEW and never read hardcover first edition of the book titled Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency by John C.
Waugh. Book covers are straight with no shelf wear whatsoever, and all pages are clean and bright with no tears, marks or Edition: 1st Edition. John Waugh’s book about this election tries to wring out a lot of drama from Lincoln’s second presidential run, but it does not always convince the reader that there is going to be much suspense to this story.
The reelection of Lincoln is presented more as a drama rather than as an explanation of the politics behind the decision. Recollections of Abraham Lincoln has often been cited for its firsthand testimony about key episodes and incidents, This is an ' essential Lincoln books' book.
There are lots of good Lincoln essays in here, mostly from the viewpoint of W. Lamon, a close friend of Lincoln's. Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency 4/5(1). As a journalist, he received the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award and has contributed to The Washington Post Book World, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe, among others.
He previous books, all on the Civil War era, include Reelecting Lincoln, and The Class of He lives in Pantego, : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. the cover of 'reelecting lincoln' by john c.
waugh The End of the Canvass--Its Issues Clearly Made Up (April 5, ) In the more blatantly partisan journalistic style of the day, The Times reports on the party platforms and concludes that McClellan's anti-war Democrats can only hope to beat Lincoln's unionist Republicans by fraudulent voting.
Praise for Emancipation, the Union Army, and the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln “White’s fascinating book takes us behind the façade of those familiar images into the murky reality of politics conducted under very strained conditions White’s is the subtlest and most precise analysis I have read of how and why voters, in this case.
Book Review: Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency (John C. The presidential election was the final crucial battle of the Civil War, and bullets, not ballots, decided the outcome.
By Roy Morris, Jr. Of all the presidential elections in American history, none was more crucial than the one that Author: Historynet Staff. That Abraham Lincoln may have been a battered husband. Another topic worth exploring. I’d probably have more to say if I wrote night by night, but I guess that’s about it for this one.
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Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency by John C Waugh starting at $ Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency has 2 available editions to buy at. InBurlingame submitted a review to The Journal of American History alleging plagiarism in John C.
Waugh's book, Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency. In the same review, Burlingame also highlighted errors in citation and transcription in Harold Holzer 's book The Lincoln Mailbag: America Writes to the President, Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated.
Enhancements were made to more precisely measure materials read in K-2 classrooms. But well written though ''Reelecting Lincoln'' is, it is based almost entirely on published sources and adds nothing new to the story. Moreover, it is marred by a retrograde characterization of Lincoln that comes from Carl Sandburg's biography, which appeared decades ago.
John C. Waugh in Reelecting Lincoln takes a reporter’s approach todescribing Washington during the Civil War as bustling, loud, noisy with corruption apparent everywhere. There are soldiers all over the city, many drunk. There are fancy “painted ladies” plying their trade.
People are going to the theatre, and generally enjoying an affluent existence, as General Lee threatens to. In the meantime, here is my book review of the final book on my list. Author John Waugh begins Re-electing Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency by promising the reader not "a historical treatise" but a reporter's account of the election campaign of as he might have covered it had he been a journalist at the time.
As a journalist, he received the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award and has contributed to The Washington Post Book World, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe, among others.
He previous books, all on the Civil War era, include Reelecting Lincoln, and The Class of He lives in Pantego, TX. John C. WaughCited by: 1. Lincoln's opponent in the Presidential election ofGeorge McClellan, had once been the commander of the Army of the Potomac.
The two had their differences even then, as this letter from Lincoln to the general indicates. Reelecting Lincoln A new book claims that if the McClellan had won the election, the Union might have lost the Civil. Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency The Class of From West Point to Appomattox: Stonewall Jackson, George McClellan, and Their Brothers Buy this book.
The Case of Abraham Lincoln-- Fenster Reelecting Lincoln-- waugh Of course almost every book about the Civil War is also about Lincoln to some degree. I know fiction doesn't count here but perhaps we should make an exception Lincoln: A Novel by Gore Vidal; no biographer could capture the man as he probably was in life as well as Vidal did.
Buy Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency at Pickup & delivery Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle For The Presidency. Average rating: 4 out of 5 stars, based on 1 reviews 1 reviews. John Waugh. from the author of the acclaimed book The Class ofis the dramatic story of what may have 4/5(1).
LINCOLN, Abraham, a Representative from Illinois and 16th President of the United States; born in Hardin County, Ky., Febru ; moved with his parents to a tract on Little Pigeon Creek, Ind., in ; attended a log-cabin school at short intervals and was self-instructed in elementary branches; moved with his father to Macon County, Ill., in and later to Coles County, Ill.; read.
Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency by Joseph Waugh Crown A fascinating book about the topsy-turvy campaign, which pitted Lincoln against his former top general, George McClellan, to whom the President thought he would almost certainly lose.Reelecting Lincoln: the presidential election of Average Rating.
Author.John C. Waugh is the award-winning author of four other books about the Civil War, two of which--"Reelecting Lincoln "and "The Class of "--were Main Selections of the History Book Club. A former bureau chief of the "Christian Science Monitor, "his writing has appeared in the "New York Times, "the "Los Angeles Times, "the "Washington Post.