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    This book is about President Abraham Lincoln s other war the war against those in the North who spoke out against his policy towards the South To suppress the loyal opposition, Lincoln s administration suspended writ of Habeus Corpus, imprisoned citizens without trial or formal charges, closed down publishing houses and ceased rigged elections when there was possiblity of Southern sympathy present Military law was imposed and the Constitution was put on the back burner to protect America.


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Lincoln's Wrath: Fierce Mobs, Brilliant Scoundrels and a President's Mission to Destroy the Press In The Blistering Summer Of , President Lincoln Began Pressuring And Ordering The Physical Shutdown Of Any Northern Newspaper That Voiced Opposition To The War These Attacks Were Sometimes Carried Out By Soldiers, Sometimes By Angry Mobs Under Cover Of Darkness Either Way, The Effect Was A Complete Dismantling Of The Free PressIn The Midst Stood Publisher John Hodgson, An Angry Bigot So Hated That A Local Newspaper Gleefully Reported His Defeat In A Bar Fight He Was Also Firmly Against Lincoln And The War An Opinion He Expressed Loudly Through His NewspaperWhen His Press Was Destroyed, First By A Mob, Then By US Marshals Upon Authority Of The President Of The United States, Hodgson Decided To Take On The Entire United States Thus Began A Trial In Which One Small Town Publisher Risked Imprisonment Or Worse, And The Future Of Free Speech Hung In The BalanceBased On Years Of Original Research, Lincoln S Wrath Brings To Life One Of The Most Gripping, Dramatic And Unknown Stories Of US History