“I do not seek applause, nor to amuse the people, I want to convince them.” —Abraham Lincoln
2016 Dan Van Haften seven minute interview on Public Radio.
2011 David Hirsch Speech at National Archives II (video).
2010 Virtual Book Signing™ at the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop (video).
Abraham Lincoln and the Structure of Reason can be read simply as a history book. It also can be enjoyed as a focused collection of Abraham Lincoln stories. But the greatest use of the book is self improvement, a how-to. The sections below include real experiences of Abraham Lincoln and the Structure of Reason in action.
The Ultimate Guide to the Gettysburg Address hones in on one 272 word Lincoln speech. Using color, diagrams, and the scientific method, the short book simply explains, and thoroughly explores the structure of this speech to dedicate a cemetery. The book takes apart and puts back together the method Lincoln used to convey iron logic and textured beauty. The leadership result was survival of the United States of America.