February 9, 2009
Bill Anderson, chairman of the Michigan Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Committee, gave a talk at the Hauenstein Center’s Lincoln Bicentennial Lecture Series. The Center’s series was part of the annual conference of the Michigan Council for the Social Studies.
More has written about Abraham Lincoln than any other American, and in the bicentennial year of his birth numerous historians and commentators will add new works to bookstore shelves. Anderson reviews the greatest Lincoln biographies and histories to date.