Lincoln and Black Resettlement
The authors clearly show that Lincoln was
interested in resettling American blacks as late as three days before
his murder, contrary to conventional wisdom, which claims that he
changed his views on the incompatibility of the races after the January
1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation.
AFP UNDERGROUND INTERVIEW SERIES . . .
LINCOLN AND BLACK RESETTLEMENT — AUDIO CD
AFP’s Dave Gahary talks with the co-authors of the book Colonization After Emancipation
AFP UNDERGROUND INTERVIEW SERIES host Dave Gahary recently interviewed the co-authors of the book Colonization After Emancipation, who discuss their uncovering of documents that clearly show that Abraham Lincoln did not shed his belief in the incompatibility of the races, just that he was employing a different strategy to alter the racial makeup of the United States.
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