Was Lincoln a Conservative?

Abraham Lincoln: Freethinker, Soldier, and Martyr

In Defense of Abraham Lincoln

Shattering the Icon of Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln's Faith in God

Inaugural Speech of Abraham Lincoln

Reading Karl Marx with Abraham Lincoln

James Eppersonís Critique of DiLorenzoís Book The Real Lincoln

A Defense of DiLorenzo and a Reply to Epperson

Whitehouse.gov Article on Abraham Lincoln

Dishonest About Abe: A Review of The Real Lincoln

DiLorenzo and His Critics on the Lincoln Myth

Wikipedia Article on Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln, the American Founding, and the Principles of the Republican Party 

Harry Jaffa's Defense of Abraham Lincoln

Critique of Harry Jaffa's Defense of Lincoln 

The Imaginary Abe

Abraham Lincolnís Classroom

A Critical Review of Team of Rivals and a Look at Doris Kearns Goodwinís Scholarship

Still More Trouble for the Lincoln Cartel

The Unreal Lincoln and The Weekly Standard

Lincoln and Big Government

Lincoln, the Republicans, and European Communists

A Family History Provides More Evidence that Lincoln was Gay

British Newspaper Review of Spielbergís Movie Lincoln

Lincoln and Bismarck

Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincolnís White Dream

An Analysis of President Lincolnís Legal Arguments Against Secession

Lincolnís Great Depression

Abraham Lincolnís Humanistic Religious Beliefs

Keeping Lincoln's Secrets (Part 2)

The Lincoln Assassination and the Radical Republicans

I think a plausible, credible case can be made that Edwin Stanton and the Radical Republicans used John Wilkes Booth to murder Lincoln, that they arranged for Booth to escape Washington, and that they ensured that Booth would not be taken alive. The sources below present the evidence that supports this theory.

Why Was Lincoln Murdered? (This is the full text of Otto Eisenschimlís book, which argues that Edwin Stanton and the Radical Republicans were behind Lincolnís death and that Stanton arranged for Booth to escape from Washington and then had him killed by a small unit of federal troops led by an officer loyal to Stanton.)

In the Shadow of Lincolnís Death (This is the full text of Otto Eisenschimlís second book on the Lincoln assassination. Among other things, Eisenschiml examines the trial of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, the treatment of Mary Surratt, and the actions of Edwin Stanton. He also debunks the theory that Booth was not killed at the Garrett farm in 1865.)

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