Honest Abe: A Study in Integrity Based on the Early Life of Abraham Lincoln

Alonzo Rothschild (Editor)

Series: Historical Figures, American History, Culture and Literature
BISAC: BIO011000



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Those who seek to understand the character and achievement of Abraham Lincoln must begin with a study of the man’s honesty. At the base of his nature, in the tap-root and very fiber of his being, pulsed a fidelity to truth, whether of thought or of deed, peculiar to itself. Lincoln was a poor boy growing up in a remote area. His mother died when he was young. With no formal schooling available to him, the young Lincoln set out to shape his own character.
(Imprint: SNOVA)


Chapter I. Pinching Times

Chapter II. Truth in Law

Chapter III. Professional Ethics

Chapter IV. Dollars and Cents

Chapter V. Honesty in Politics

Alonzo Rothschild

Memoir by John Rothschild

A List of Books Cited


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