Lincoln and Grant: The Statesman and the Soldier in Peace and War (Premium Course)

$89.00

Lincoln and Grant: The Statesman and the Soldier in Peace and War

Professor Louis P. Masur / Rutgers University – $89 for the 2 class series.

 

The two classes about Lincoln and Grant are each 90 minutes and presented live from 11:30am – 1:00pm ET

Saturday, May 1: Part 1

Saturday, May 8: Part 2

 

 

A link for viewing will be sent to you 1-2 days before the first class.

Lincoln and Grant: The Statesman and the Soldier in Peace and War

This course offers a detailed and intimate look at Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant whose partnership won the Civil War and set the terms for Reconstruction. Acclaimed historian Louis Masur will introduce students to the backgrounds of each figure, narrate their early struggles to succeed, and detail their efforts in peace and war to preserve the nation. Lincoln was a president who served as commander in chief and Grant was a general who became president. One witness to their first meeting in 1864 recalled “the two men had many traits in common, and there were numerous points of resemblance in their remarkable careers.” By exploring their similarities—and their differences— we will come to a deeper appreciation of them as individuals and leaders who worked tirelessly on the nation’s behalf. Purchase the premium course, “Lincoln and Grant: The Statesman and the Soldier in Peace and War” today.

Lincoln and Grant: The Statesman and the Soldier in Peace and War


Louis P. Masur is the author of many books, including The Sum of Our Dreams: A Concise History of America. Most recently his work The Civil War: A Concise History was published in Oxford’s prestigious Very Short Introduction series. During the sesquicentennial, he was a frequent contributor to the New York Times blog on Disunion: The Civil War. His website is www.louismasur.com.

 

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