DID LINCOLN DISCARD HIS RACIAL PREJUDICES
AFTER THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AS POPULAR OPINION SUGGESTS?
RECENTLY DISCOVERED DOCUMENTS UNEARTHED BY TWO TRANSATLANTIC HISTORIANS
PAINT A DIFFERENT VIEW
Gahary interviews Phil
Magness and Sebastian Page, U.S. and U.K. historians
who, through the uncovering of ignored documents, show that Lincoln was
interested in resettling American blacks as late as three days before
his murder, contrary to conventional wisdom, which claims that he
changed his views on the incompatibility of the races after the January
1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation.
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