President Lincoln

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Date: October 11, 1998
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The most drastic news was yet to come when the Lincoln family’s second son Edward died on February 1, 1850 from a lung illness. Soon after the sons death, they had two more children, William was born December 21, 1850 and Thomas on April 4, 1853. He was willing to change everything, and he decided to return to politics, where Lincoln decided that he had to do something in order to stop the spread of slavery...
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He was willing to change everything, and he decided to return to politics, where Lincoln decided that he had to do something in order to stop the spread of slavery. Senator Douglas wanted to give the right to the people to vote if the state would become free or slave, calling it popular sovereignty...
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