With Malice Toward None: The Life of Abraham Lincoln Quiz

Stephen B. Oates
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Southern concerns about slavery were growing more frantic, and Lincoln refused to make a public statement. Why did he refuse to do this? (from Part Six: My Troubles Have Just Begun)

2.

Lincoln ran his Senatorial campaign against Douglas for what reason? (from Part Five: Years of Meteors)

3.

Lincoln left by train to go to Washington, making stops along the way for speeches and appearances, including a stop in New York to meet who? (from Part Six: My Troubles Have Just Begun)

4.

Along with South Carolina, what did Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas do? (from Part Six: My Troubles Have Just Begun)

5.

The Presidential campaign of 1856 elected who? (from Part Four: Revolt Against the Fathers)

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