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Good Ol Abe Good old Abe thats what has been drilled into our heads since we were little children We were taught that there was a giant man who is called The Great Emancipator but thats what they would like for us to believe Recently a packet of speeches that were handed out to my group and I and we read them over In them contained some very startling news From what I read I came to believe that good ol honest Abe was nothing of the sort We shouldnt recognize a person who puts down another race In some passages it seems that Lincoln is somewhat a white supremacist but he is greatly against slavery at all times This is what confuses many how could such a great and powerful man be a white supremacist Well Abe once invited some of the most powerful black civil rights leaders in the nation to the white house for lunch he then said to them I think your race suffers very greatly many of them by living among us while ours suffers from your presence Tell me what you would think of that if it was said to you about your race or how about this Lincoln tried for years to exclude slavery from his was aims and actually reimposed slavery after two of his generals manumitted slaves in southern areas they held I still dont see how Abe Lincoln was such a great man Anyone could tell that the only reason that he freed the slaves was do to political pressure he simply wanted to keep his job The only credit Ill give Lincoln will be that he actually went through with freeing the slaves But he didnt want anything to do with them after that He thought that the white race was far more superior to any group of slaves And proving this is when Lincoln said himself in a debate held
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