On this day in the Civil War, Horace Greeley writes in the New York Tribune, “Our own conviction is…that it is advisable for the Union party to nominate for president some other among its able and true men than Mr. Lincoln.”

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President Abraham Lincoln

(Photo Credit: Library of Congress)

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