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Combines extensive primary research and thoughtful, accessible consideration of Lincoln's views to reveal new insights into Lincoln's impact on the U.S. Constitution. Grounding Lincoln's constitutionalism in his reading habits and early legal career, Brian R. Dirck balances biographical details, Lincoln's value system, the opinions of his supporters and critics, and key events and ideas to show how his thinking about the U.S. Constitution changed over time.

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Combines extensive primary research and thoughtful, accessible consideration of Lincoln's views to reveal new insights into Lincoln's impact on the U.S. Constitution. Grounding Lincoln's constitutionalism in his reading habits and early legal career, Brian R. Dirck balances biographical details, Lincoln's value system, the opinions of his supporters and critics, and key events and ideas to show how his thinking about the U.S. Constitution changed over time.
Autorenporträt
Brian R. Dirck is a professor of history at Anderson University in Indiana. He is the author of numerous articles and books on Abraham Lincoln, including Lincoln and Davis: Imagining America, 1809-1865;Lincoln the Lawyer;Abraham Lincoln and White America;Lincoln and the Constitution; and Lincoln in Indiana.