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Lincoln , said the London Spectator , could never tolerate the tyranny of mere words , but always pressed through them to the reality beyond . When Lincoln spoke he was an orator , never an elocutionist . Said Robert G. Ingersoll ...
“ In law , " wrote Lincoln to Usher F. Linder , “ it is a good policy never to plead what you need not , lest you oblige yourself to prove what you cannot . ” Linder was the lawyer young Abe had once “ let down " in a criminal case ...
Never stir up litigation . A worse man can scarcely be found than one who does this . Who can be more nearly a fiend than he who habitually overhauls the register of deeds in search of defects in titles , whereon to stir put money in ...
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This was purchased as a gift for my Dad who said he enjoyed it very much. Each segment is brief making it nice for someone who doesnt have long uninterrupted stretches of time for reading. Read full review
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