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Lincoln and the Constitution: A Unionist for the Sake of Liberty

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Ever true to Liberty, the Union, and the Constitution—true to Liberty, not selfishly, but upon principle—not for special classes of men, but for all men; true to the Union and the Constitution, as the best means to advance that liberty.

Abraham Lincoln to a Committee of German Republicans, June 30, 18581

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