"Here, Mr. President, is another letter from that little girl in London," Lincoln's assistant may have said. "Is she still exhorting me not to be discouraged?" The little girl's father, a 40-year-old Prussian Jew, raised as a Christian, living in abject poverty in London's Soho, dreaming of immigrat....
Civil War Book Review: Vol. 3
, Article 33.
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