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Richard Heckman states in his book, Lincoln vs. Douglas, that "It was not until 1854 that he [Lincoln] again emerged as an active political figure" (35).
Lincoln believed that the Declaration of Independence contained rights for freedom and equality, and could not be taken away from anyone. Slavery, Harold Holzer said, "It is the eternal struggle between these two principles---right and wrong---throughout the world" (35)...
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Slavery, Harold Holzer said, "It is the eternal struggle between these two principles---right and wrong---throughout the world" (35). He believed these same principles, and knew that the citizens of the United States had their Constitutional right to own slaves. However, Lincoln wanted to show the people how cruel and evil slavery really is, and had strong morals which were totally against slavery...
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