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Library of America, 10/1989
Lincoln was the greatest writer to ever occupy the oval office and penned some of the nation’s most lasting speeches, notably second inaugural and Gettysburg address, both included here. But the real value of this book is found in the little telegrams to his cabinet, generals, bereaved citizens and soldiers. If I were to teach a course on leadership, this would be a central text for its effective, emphatic and varied communication. You’ll learn more about real leadership from this book than all the recent business bestsellers combined.