‘What Would Lincoln Say to Us Today?’
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich celebrates the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth by channeling the 16th president for advice on dealing with the current state of our Union.
In an exclusive essay for Newsmax magazine, Gingrich and co-author William Forstchen write about Lincoln's remarkable character, the crises he faced, and the enduring lessons today's troubled America can learn from him.
President Barack Obama likes to compare himself to Abraham Lincoln - indeed, much like Lincoln, Obama faces the daunting task of leading a nation in peril. Gingrich reveals what Lincoln would say to Obama and his fellow Americans today.
Gingrich is one of the GOP's most noted spokesman and thinkers. He is well known as the architect of the "Contract with America" that led the Republican Party to major victories in the 1994 congressional elections, and is the author of 10 New York Times best-sellers.
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Gingrich and Forstchen's eye-opening Newsmax essay explores:
- Lincoln's words on freedom, conservatism, the presidency, and more
- Why today's America would disturb Lincoln
- Lincoln's belief in American "exceptionalism"
- The myth surrounding the Gettysburg Address
- Whether Lincoln was technically a Republican
- Scandal and mudslinging in the era of Honest Abe
- Gen. Robert E. Lee's surprising remark about Lincoln
- Lincoln's favorite biblical verse
- The forgotten fact about Lincoln's 1864 presidential ticket
- How Lincoln presaged the words of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Media "spin doctors" during the Civil War
- One key lesson the new administration can learn from Lincoln
- The deep spiritual faith that inspired Lincoln
- How Lincoln's humor found echoes in FDR, JFK, and Reagan
- The four books on Lincoln's White House desk
- Why Lincoln was called the Mark Twain of politics
- An intriguing parallel between Lincoln and Obama's White House
- Slavery and the "stench of hypocrisy"
- Lincoln's shift on race — flip-flopping or maturing?
- Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's unpopular troop "surge"
- Lincoln's soul-searing letter to a grieving mother
- How Lincoln might react to Obama's election
- And much more
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