For most people, it seems like Abe Lincoln has set the baseline for what it takes to be a good president. How would George Bush and Barack Obama compare? What criteria would you use in measuring them?
Rex Hammock of "Rex Blog" has a post recognizing Lincoln's 200th birthday next Monday along with a pretty impressive collection of links providing information about the former president.
What made Lincoln so great in the eyes of Americans? Was it because he took us through the Civil War and was responsible for leadership that led to the freeing of the slaves? What else?
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