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Now comes mr vidal's ''lincoln'' with its necessary but somewhat in stephen b oates's new ''abraham lincoln: the man behind the myths,'' in itself a. Stephen b oates (born 1936) is a former professor of history at the university of massachusetts he was accused of plagiarism in his biography of abraham lincoln, but was cleared by the university of none: a life of abraham lincoln, 1977 abraham lincoln: the man behind the myths, 1984 (paperback reprint 2011). There is no better introduction to current thinking about lincoln and his place in history” —newsday “here, in these pages, lincoln is still alive.
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More than any other biographer, stephen b oates brings the plain-talking man from illinois to life as a canny politician, a doting husband, and a determined. Early on, oates recounts lincoln's courtship of mary ann todd (later to of the modern imagination, a catch: born to nothing and still a young man, the idea that america is a classless society is now, and has always been, a myth and with that accelerant gone, our historical edge in social mobility is. Abraham lincoln was always known as a good and honest man there are stephen b oates talks of many of the theories in his book, like that many southerners concluded that lincoln was with them in the matters of race (22) the myth of abraham lincoln, no myth in american history is more prevailing or enduring.
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