Celebrating the 157th Anniversary of President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
America Is TalkingCindy Drukier

Seven score and 17 years ago today, President Abraham Lincoln delivered his brief, yet powerful Gettysburg address. It was at the dedication of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania where roughly 7,000 American soldiers—between Union and Confederate armies—died months earlier in one of the bloodiest battles of the United States Civil War.

We’re joined by John Cribb, an ardent admirer of the Rail Splitter and author of “Old Abe: A novel.”