Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. on Abraham Lincoln and related media

Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. on Abraham Lincoln

As the principal speaker at the National Republican Club's 1957 Lincoln Day Dinner, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. discusses the continuing appeal of the 16th president.

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