Lessons of Lincoln




A century and a half after the Civil War’s end, many Americans fail to live up to Lincoln’s noble aspirations. The scale of sublimated race hatred that underpins the birther movement and the numbers who consider President Obama to be alien or foreign betray widespread racial prejudice. 
    The visceral venom and dog-whistle racism directed toward the president targets a far wider group of Americans.








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