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SHORTLY after he had taken his seat in Congress , Lincoln , wrote home to Billy Herndon , his young law partner , confessing mild stage fright in addressing the House and discussing his aspirations to a second term .
Somewhat taken aback , Chase wrote to Lincoln disclaiming any knowledge of the letter and saying , “ If there is any thing in my action or position , which in your judgment will prejudice the public interest under my charge , I beg you ...
It is vain and foolish to arraign this man or that for the part he has taken or has not taken , and to hold the government responsible for his acts . In no administration can there be perfect equality of action and uniform satisfaction ...
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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