by Robin Lindley
In his groundbreaking new book, "Lincoln’s Body: A Cultural History" (W. W. Norton), historian Richard Wightman Fox offers a wide-ranging study of the cultural meanings of Lincoln’s image as man and myth from his day to our own.
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