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Cooper Union speech
also called Address of American President Abraham Lincoln was delivered on February 27 and has one more synonym

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  1. 1860, at Cooper Union, in New York City

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  2. Lincoln's speech has three major parts, each building towards his conclusion

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  3. considered one of his most important yet little known speeches, even to be responsible for making him President

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  4. In it, Lincoln elaborated his views on slavery, affirming that he did not wish it to be expanded into the western territories and claiming that the Founding Fathers agreed with this position

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  5. The New York Tribune hailed it as "one of the most happiest and most convincing political arguments ever made in this City

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