Lowell Thomas says: "The most amazing story in American history. It is a Lincoln book that perhaps could not have been written until today–and a book that no man can read without profit. I know of no other short work on Lincoln which presents so much of him and presents it so unforgettably."
Homer Croy says: "It's a wonder! I've always been a Lincoln bug and have read many volumes on him. This comes nearer to making Abraham Lincoln a living, breathing human being than any book that I have ever read. This book takes Lincoln out of the sky, moves him into the house next door and makes a neighbour of him. He's as human as a pair of overalls flapping on the clothes-lines."
Lincoln the Unknown is a biography on Abraham Lincoln, written in 1932 by Dale Carnegie. It is published by Dale Carnegie and Associates, and given out as a prize in the Dale Carnegie Course.
- HOW THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN－AND WHY
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