Lincoln and the Economics of the American Dream
University of Illinois Press, 1994 - 386 páginas
This unique exploration of Lincoln's economic beliefs shows how they helped shape his view of slavery, his conduct of the war, and most fundamentally his understanding of what the United States was and could become. ''A comprehensive and enlightening survey of the evolution of Lincoln's economic thought.''-- Reviews in American History ''Boritt ......
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Abbreviations used in the footnotes and the bibliography
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