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This is a masterpiece of eloquence on the principles of liberty and freedom. It is an attractively designed collection bound in genuine bonded leather, with gilt edged pages. Decorative and durable, this puts a classic of American letters in the palm of your hand. On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln eulogised the Confederate and Union dead who had lost their lives in the Battle of Gettysburg only four months earlier. The Gettysburg Address, as it has come to be known, is a masterpiece of eloquence on the principles of liberty and freedom that define the democratic ideals by which America is recognized. The Gettysburg Address and Other Writings collects a dozen speeches, addresses, and documents written by Abraham Lincoln. It includes the final draft of the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln's famous "House-Divided" Speech, and the full texts of his first and second inaugural addresses. In addition, this volume features an autobiographical Introduction, and a Chronology of Abraham Lincoln's life.