Abraham Lincoln quote about independence from State of the Union Address - Nations thus tempted to interfere are not always able to resist the counsels of seeming expediency and ungenerous ambition, although measures adopted under such influences seldom fail to be unfortunate and injurious to those adopting them.
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Nations thus tempted to interfere are not always able to resist the counsels of seeming expediency and ungenerous ambition, although measures adopted under such influences seldom fail to be unfortunate and injurious to those adopting them.
 Abraham Lincoln, State of the Union Address (3 December 1861). copy citation

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Author Abraham Lincoln
Source State of the Union Address
Topic independence nation interference
Date 3 December 1861
Language English
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