By Lochlainn Seabrook. If we’re to believe the nearly 20,000 books that have been written about President Lincoln by pro-North and New South historians, he was an ardent abolitionist, a Bible-believing Christian and a Constitution-loving conservative who headed the most ethical administration in U.S. history, preserved the Union, ended American slavery and became the black man’s greatest champion by granting him full civil and equal rights. In fact, according to Lincoln’s own words, nothing could be further from the truth.
After reading the eye-opening book, The Unquotable Abraham Lincoln, by award-winning historian Col. Lochlainn Seabrook, you’ll know that the real Lincoln has been carefully concealed from us by his faithful worshipers, some of whom are simply uninformed, while others will stop at nothing to keep you from learning the facts about our 16th chief executive and his unconstitutional, unnecessary and unjustifiable war.
In this handy book, Seabrook examines the politically incorrect statements they don’t want you to know. Included here, among 230 footnoted entries, are Lincoln’s controversial, even un-American, views on his presidency, the government, the U.S. Constitution, state rights, the Union, his war on the South, abolition, slavery, colonization, African-Americans, Mexicans, “mulattos,” the Confederacy, the Southern people, his Emancipation Proclamation, Jesus, the Bible, Christianity and more.
Softcover, 150 pages