- Radical Republicans
- Thad Stevens
- Conservative Republicans
- Lame duck Democrats
- Lobbyists working for votes in House of Representatives
- He secretaries, Hay & Nicolay and pardons of soldiers [Mr.C's relative Rose who was 14 years old.]
- Confederate Richmond Delegation-a.k.a. Rebels or Secesh
- Confederate Richmond Delegation-a.k.a. Rebels or Secesh meeting
- Mary Lincoln
- Robert Lincoln
- Tad Lincoln
- Executive Cabinet-Seward &Stanton
- Commander and Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic
- Emancipation Proclamation-legal explanation of Constitutional interpretation
- 13th Amendment
- Reconstruction [hardest to see]
- Anything else you could see.
I never had much of schooling, but I read Euclid, in an old book I borrowed. Little enough ever found its way in here -(touching his cranium)- but once learnt it stayed learnt.
Euclid's first common notion is this: "Things which are equal to the same thing are equal to each other." That's a rule of mathematical reasoning. It's true because it works; has done and always will do. In his book, Euclid says this is "self-evident." D'you see? There it is, even in that two-thousand year old book of mechanical law: it is a self- evident truth that things which are equal to the same thing are equal to each other. We begin with equality. That's the origin, isn't it? That balance, that's fairness, that's justice.
Also answer these below questions on the output pages of your interactive personal notebook:
How are these Lincoln ideas so important? We are to be exceptional Americans? We as the government need to be informed and enlightened? Why is Lincoln using mathematical law to show equality idea that is so very old? Did this relate to last weeks vote on Obamacare or Affordable Care Act?