Lincoln's Civil War brilliance

The president walked a careful line, sometimes imperfectly. But his political skills ultimately won emancipation

Lincoln's Civil War brilliance: The real story of the political savvy that helped end slaveryAllan Pinkerton, Abraham Lincoln, center, and Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand in Antietam, Md., after the Battle of Antietam on Oct. 3, 1862. (Credit: AP/Library Of Congress/Alexander Gardner)

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