1862/08 - Abraham Lincoln's Letter to Horace Greeley

1862/08 - Abraham Lincoln's Letter to Horace Greeley

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Abraham Lincoln's
Letter to Horace Greeley

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Lincoln published the following in response to Greeley to Lincoln, August 19, 1862, a New York Tribune editorial entitled “The Prayer of Twenty Millions. In that letter, Greeley complained that Lincoln had not proclaimed emancipation as he was required to do by the Second Confiscation Act, and asserted that all attempts to...
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