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Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln learned to summon the passions, but he never addressed his audience as sweethearts."

Lincoln learned to summon the passions, but he never addressed his audience as sweethearts.




Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln bore down or anything he handled, mastering both the details and the principles."

Lincoln bore down or anything he handled, mastering both the details and the principles.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln told a family friend that his father taught him to work, but never learned him to love it."

Lincoln told a family friend that his father taught him to work, but never learned him to love it.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "It was as simple as walking and as hard as walking on with so far gone and so far yet to go."

It was as simple as walking and as hard as walking on with so far gone and so far yet to go.




Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Most principles are limp until they are tested."

Most principles are limp until they are tested.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Dominance can be a tempration to division. "There are so many of us, we can afford to fight amongst ourselves."

Dominance can be a tempration to division. "There are so many of us, we can afford to fight amongst ourselves.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "God produced great writing, a matter of first importance to a man like Lincoln, ever impressed with the nature of cause and forces."

God produced great writing, a matter of first importance to a man like Lincoln, ever impressed with the nature of cause and forces.




Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln was less well-read than many a professor or journalist, but what he read, he read deeply."

Lincoln was less well-read than many a professor or journalist, but what he read, he read deeply.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln loved other people's jokes as much as his own."

Lincoln loved other people's jokes as much as his own.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln began to emerge from his funk by helping a coworker who looked up to him out of a funk of his own."

Lincoln began to emerge from his funk by helping a coworker who looked up to him out of a funk of his own.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Since we never get everything we want or need from our families, we look for sufficiency in surrogates."

Since we never get everything we want or need from our families, we look for sufficiency in surrogates.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "She noticed, as an exceptional woman would, that her stepson was exceptional."

She noticed, as an exceptional woman would, that her stepson was exceptional.




Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "The lightheaded and the fashionable are always willing to shed tears for distant underdogs."

The lightheaded and the fashionable are always willing to shed tears for distant underdogs.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "A storyteller, a displaced poet, will absorb reading differently."

A storyteller, a displaced poet, will absorb reading differently.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Young, healthy communities can afford to roll the dice."

Young, healthy communities can afford to roll the dice.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln had a stubborn concern for first principles."

Lincoln had a stubborn concern for first principles.




Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "He might not take their advice, but he took their temperature."

He might not take their advice, but he took their temperature.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln was a master of small group theatrics."

Lincoln was a master of small group theatrics.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Literature offered a safe circumscribed outlet for sadness."

Literature offered a safe circumscribed outlet for sadness.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "She became at once more intimate and more exalted."

She became at once more intimate and more exalted.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "One of the highest marks of citizenship is fighting for the common defense."

One of the highest marks of citizenship is fighting for the common defense.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Any man's life can be seen as a series of engagements with his fathers, Including the surrogates provided by life and literature."

Any man's life can be seen as a series of engagements with his fathers, Including the surrogates provided by life and literature.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "Lincoln admitted his infirmities to make way for his spring."

Lincoln admitted his infirmities to make way for his spring.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "To use the past, he had to save it from aspects of itself."

To use the past, he had to save it from aspects of itself.



Richard Brookhiser, Founders' Son: A Life Of Abraham Lincoln Quotes: "As with almost every long oration, there were loose ends."

As with almost every long oration, there were loose ends.