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used in Abraham Lincoln and the Self-Made Myth

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to exclude or neglect something
  • It expressly omitted the loyal slave states from its terms.
    Subsection 6 (80% in)
  • When Joseph Medill asked Lincoln in 1862 why he had delivered "that radical speech," Lincoln answered: "Well, after you fellows had got me into that mess and began tempting me with offers of the Presidency, IThe last sentence is invariably omitted when this passage is quoted, perhaps because from a literary standpoint it is anticlimatic.
    Subsection 4 (65% in)

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