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Forced into glory [videorecording] : Abraham Lincoln's white dream /

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Names: Bennett, Lerone, | Holzer, Harold. | Strickland, William, | Foner, Eric. | Dodson, Howard.
Published: [Washington, D.C. : C-SPAN] ; 2000.
Series: C-SPAN archives
Topics: Slaves - Emancipation - United States. | African Americans - Civil rights - History - 19th century. | United States - Politics and government - 1861-1865. | United States. President (1809-1865: Lincoln). Emancipation proclamation. | Bennett Lerone, 1928- . Forced into glory. | Lincoln, Abraham, 1861-1865 - Relations with African Americans.
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500 |aTitle on container and cassette label: Forced into glory.
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500 |aCopyright 2000, National Cable Satellite Corporation.
500 |a"C-SPAN videotape 159690 Part 1 of 1."--Container spine.
518 |aRecorded Sept. 24, 2000.
520 |aAt this forum held in New York at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Lerone Bennet, Jr. speaks about his book, Forced into glory; Abraham Lincoln's white dream, published by Johnson Publishing, which depicts President Lincoln as a racist who grudgingly came to the decision to emancipate slaves. Following his remarks, a panel of historians, Harold Holzer, William Strickland, Eric Foner, and Howard Dodson, discuss the book's conclusions and answers questions from the audience.
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