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Lincoln @ The History Channel

LINCOLN delves into personal diaries and family histories, and consults with the foremost Lincoln biographers in the world to draw a complete personal portrait of the sixteenth President, asserting that the amazing strength that enabled his greatest accomplishments was a result of decades spent battling and overcoming his own personal demons.

LINCOLN taps into biographers and authors Gore Vidal, Jan Morris, Harold Holzer, Jay Winik, Josh Shenk, Douglas Wilson, and others for anecdotes and insights. Andrew Solomon, author of the book The Noonday Demon, offers raw and authoritative commentary on the workings of the depressed mind. The result is a special that gives more attention to the personal travails of Abraham Lincoln than any before it, and in the process offers an even greater appreciation of what a special achievement his life truly was.

Highlights of LINCOLN include:

Lincoln @ The History Channel
Airs Monday, January 16th 2006 at 8-11pm ET/PT.

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