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100 1  Holzer, Harold. 
245 10 Lincoln at Cooper Union:|bthe speech that made Abraham 
       Lincoln president|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cHarold 
       Holzer. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bBlackstone Audio, Inc. :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2011. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (11hr., 44 min.)) :
       |bdigital. 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Mark Bramhall. 
520    Lincoln at Cooper Union explores Lincoln's most 
       influential and widely reported pre-presidential address-
       an extraordinary appeal by the western politician to the 
       eastern elite that propelled him toward the Republican 
       nomination for president. Delivered in New York in 
       February 1860, the Cooper Union speech dispelled doubts 
       about Lincoln's suitability for the presidency and 
       reassured conservatives of his moderation while 
       reaffirming his opposition to slavery to Republican 
       progressives. Award-winning Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer 
       places Lincoln and his speech in the context of the times-
       an era of racism, politicized journalism, and public 
       oratory as entertainment-and shows how the candidate 
       framed the speech as an opportunity to continue his famous
       "debates" with his archrival Democrat Stephen A. Douglas 
       on the question of slavery. Holzer describes the enormous 
       risk Lincoln took by appearing in New York, where he 
       exposed himself to the country's most critical audience 
       and took on Republican Senator William Henry Seward of New
       York, the front-runner, in his own backyard. Then he 
       recounts a brilliant and innovative public relations 
       campaign, as Lincoln took the speech "on the road" in his 
       successful quest for the presidency. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Lincoln, Abraham,|d1809-1865|xOratory. 
600 10 Lincoln, Abraham,|d1809-1865.|tCooper Institute speech. 
600 10 Lincoln, Abraham,|d1809-1865|xViews on slavery. 
600 10 Lincoln, Abraham,|d1809-1865|xPolitical career before 
       1861. 
610 20 Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 
650  0 Speeches, addresses, etc., American|zNew York (State)|zNew
       York.|vSound recordings. 
651  0 United States|xPolitics and government|y1857-1861. 
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