Gettysburg Replies : The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.

An illustrated celebration of the "Gettysburg Address" from the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination.

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Foundation, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: Guilford : Lyons Press, 2015.
Local Note:Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2022. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Copyright
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface, Carla Knorowski, Ph.D
  • Introduction: A Nation "at Risk"-Lincoln's World and Ours, James M. Cornelius, Ph.D
  • Walking with Lincoln by Tom Amandes
  • Lincoln and Eureka College by J. David Arnold
  • Greater Efforts, Grander Victories by Julian Bond
  • The Gettysburg Story by Jake Boritt
  • A Common Path Taken by John Borling
  • On the Occasion of the Great Leaving by Robert Bray
  • The Dark Horse Candidate by Edward M. Burke
  • The Business of Words by Ken Burns
  • The Gettysburg Address: Rewriting America's Foundational Narrative by William D. Burns
  • Truth by President George H. W. Bush
  • A Powerful Reminder by President George W. Bush
  • The Long March by Amy Carlson
  • Gettysburg Address by President Jimmy Carter
  • Out Struggle Was Their Struggle by Richard Carwardine
  • Rebuild Together by President Bill Clinton
  • One Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy Days by Catherine Clinton
  • On A Poem by Lincoln: "My Childhood Home I See Again" by Billy Collins
  • Lincoln's World Language by James M. Cornelius
  • A New Nation by Jeremy T. Crandall
  • The Concept of Accountability by Keith David
  • Unfinished Work by Alan M. Dershowitz
  • I Am a Foreigner by Danian C. Douglas
  • Overalls by Richard H. Driehaus
  • Our Greatest Treasure by Tammy Duckworth
  • Gettysburg: Rebirth of the Revolution by Dick Durbin
  • A New American Anthem by Jason Emerson
  • Lincoln in Memory and Mission by Richard W. Etulain
  • The Unfinished Business of Slavery by Nicholas J. Evans
  • Will America Sacrifice as It Did in the Civil War? by Guy C. Fraker
  • Gettysburg Is Not Only in Pennsylvania by Nikki Giovanni
  • What Would Mr. Lincoln Think? by Bill Goodman
  • Equal Opportunity to Influence by Ginny Greer
  • The Ennobling Universal Passion by Allen C. Guelzo
  • Canvassing the Vote by Dan Guillory.
  • The Best Place on Earth by Samuel R. Harris
  • Each Must Enlist by Gary R. Herbert
  • Footsteps by Katherine Hitchcock
  • Gettysburg Calls Us to Our Solemn Duty by Jackie Hogan
  • Long Remembered by Harold Holzer
  • Saying Much in Little by William Howarth
  • No Greater Words by Sally Jewell
  • History is a Cause by Gary T. Johnson
  • Republicanism Renewed by Howard Jones
  • Words to Music by John William Jones
  • Clarity of Purpose by Kathleen Kennedy
  • Lincoln Walking at Night by Amanda L. Kilpatrick
  • "In God We Trust" by Carla Knorowski
  • Mystery in the History of the Gettysburg Address by Michelle A. Krowl
  • Photo Essay by Annie Leibovitz
  • Four Score and Seven Lincolns by David H. Leroy
  • A Look at a People by Caleb Lewis
  • I Heard Lincoln Deliver the Gettysburg Address by Salvador Litvak
  • Fallen Heroes by James Lovell
  • Freedom: Given by God, Defended by Man by Allen J. Lynch
  • Conceived in Liberty by Phillip W. Magness
  • A Timeless Call to Action by Suzanne Malveaux
  • Immigration to America by John F. Marszalek
  • Lincoln's World and Gettysburg by Robert E. May
  • 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address by Matthew H. Mead
  • Learning From Lincoln by Michael Medved
  • Transition in South Africa by Babalwa Mhlauli
  • Democracy Persists by Richard Lawrence Miller
  • Visions of Lincoln: A Century on Screen by Nell Minow
  • More Information, Less Understanding by Newton N. Minow
  • Reply by President Barack H. Obama
  • Building on Lincoln's Legacy by Douglas R. Oberhelman
  • Abraham Lincoln and the Vital Importance of Civic Education by Sandra Day O'Connor
  • Proud Disciples by Maureen Orth
  • An Unfinished Masterpiece by Eboo Patel
  • The Long Shadow of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address by Jared Peatman
  • In the Throes of Democracy by Graham A. Peck
  • Lincoln in the World by Kevin Peraino.
  • Remembering a Second Birth of Freedom by Matthew Pinsker
  • Fate and Circumstance by Adam Pitluk
  • The March Must Continue by Colin L. Powell
  • The Will of the People by Patrick J. Quinn
  • Finishing Their Work by Grace Richards
  • A Continuing Obligation by J. Joe Ricketts
  • 272 Words of Hope by Karen Roth
  • Battlefields for Equal Justice by Nancy Rousseau
  • The Promise of Greater Access by Eric Schmidt
  • Hubris in 272 Words by Thomas F. Schwartz
  • 10 Sentences, 4 Clauses by Pete Seeger
  • Demand the Best by Judith Sheindlin
  • A Time-Sensitive Document by Scott Simon
  • The Unfinished Work Before Us by Brooks D. Simpson
  • The Attractive Vision of a Better World by Steven Spielberg
  • Genealogy Apology by Kevin Stein
  • The Will of the People by Randall L. Stephenson
  • The Global Meaning of the Gettysburg Address by Louise L. Stevenson
  • Turn to Lincoln by Charles B. Strozier
  • People Like to Eat by Evelyn Brandt Thomas with Karl Barnhart
  • Lincoln's Railroad by Robert W. Turner
  • The Lincoln Seedbed by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
  • Let's Build a Civilization Based on Universal Values by Lech Walesa
  • Let Their Lives Shine by Scott Walker
  • An American Keystone by David Walser
  • We Are the Benefactors of Change Agents by Robin White
  • Words That Count by Robert S. Willard
  • A Young Girl's Advice by Karen B. Winnick
  • Acknowledgments
  • Photo Credits.