Following Lincoln’s example lies in action, not words
By Andrew Small
GIF by Andrew Small
Seven score and ten years ago, Abraham Lincoln delivered a Gettysburg Address he
thought the world would little note nor long remember.
The President's prediction could not have been
more inaccurate; his 272-word speech reverberates through American political rhetoric
endlessly as his stature casts the most difficult shadow in which any speaker
While nearly every president has visited
Gettysburg, only a handful of Presidents have spoken at the hallowed ground.