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Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address was a short, four-paragraph speech. The end of the war was in sight, but there is no sense of triumph in his words. After reading Lincoln’s speech, respond to these questions: 1.What can you learn from Lincoln’s address about his attitude toward the South, the apparent losers in the conflict, and the North, the apparent winners? 2.What was Lincoln’s point about the role of God in the conflict? 3.What can you conclude about Lincoln’s character and abilities as a leader on the basis of this address? Support all of your answers with text

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