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Poor Abraham Lincoln was always mired in heavy

criticism of his waging of the war as well as his own self-doubt. He was convinced that he would lost his reelection bid in 1864 and yet, he earned more of the votes than he had four years earlier. Historians will never know how Reconstruction might have proceeded differently under Lincoln's watch; instead we are left to speculate. What do you think of his plans?

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