Abraham Lincoln (Presidents and Their Decisions)

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US labor unions exercise economic and political influence not only through the power of strikes and slowdowns but also through the human and financial resources they allocate to political campaigns (usually on behalf of Democratic candidates) and through the selective investment of multibillion-dollar pension funds. Prisons and state hospitals for the retarded and mentally ill were commomly horror houses. It was in this stock, through cross breeding with Whites, that his young wife saw her pedigree.

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Publisher: Greenhaven Press (November 2001)

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