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How Does Resentment Fuel Disharmony and Disunity?

What did President Lincoln mean when, on the day he was shot, he told his cabinet members (among other things): “We must extinguish our resentment if we expect harmony and union?”

How does resentment fuel disharmony and disunity?

Was the President naive in thinking that people, who’d just fought a long and deadly war, could “extinguish our resentment?” Explain your answer.

Do you think President Lincoln’s words apply today, both in our own countries and throughout the world? Why, or why not?


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