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Abraham Lincoln vs. Jefferson Davis

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Jeffrey Bindeman

on 16 May 2013

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Transcript of Abraham Lincoln vs. Jefferson Davis

Political Career

Jefferson Davis was born in
Kentucky.
Jefferson Davis was the President of the Confederate States.
Davis was part of the Republican Party.
Jefferson Davis was a U.S. Senator from Mississippi.
When Mississippi left the Union, Davis was elected as the president of the Confederates.
Davis never intended to be a part of the
Confederate States. In fact, he found
slavery wrong. However, in the end,
his love for his state was greater
than his love for his
country. “I worked
night and day for twelve
years to prevent the war, but
I could not. The North was
mad and blind, would not let us
govern ourselves, and so the war
came.”

-Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln
vs.
Jefferson Davis Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln Political Career

Abraham Lincoln was born in
Kentucky.
Abraham Lincoln was the president
of the United States of America during the Civil
War.
Later to be a Republican, Lincoln was originally part of the Whig Party.
Lincoln held a seat in the Illinois state
legislature.
In 1860, Lincoln was elected as the 16th
president. Sir, my concern
is not whether God is
on our side; my greatest
concern is to be on God's side,
for God is always right.

-Abraham Lincoln
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