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Is the Rule of Law Essential to “The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions”?

Lincoln, abolitionism, and mob violence in the 1830s American West

A series of differentiated learning resources for teaching Lincoln's Lyceum Address

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These learning resources are a collaboration between New American History, the Lincoln Presidential Foundation, and Every Museum a Civic Museum.  They are a part of the Lincoln Presidential Foundation's larger project, "Fortifying Our Democracy: Lincoln's Lyceum Address," created with generous support from Iron Mountain

Three differentiated versions are linked below, with age-appropriate leveled reading passages created and modified using generative AI (artificial intelligence) and built-in accessibility tools via Immersive Reader. We welcome your feedback on these and all of our learning resources. Please share your thoughts using the feedback form linked below.

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