Author Stephen L. Carter uses post-Civil War Washington as a central character in his novel The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln, which examines the way Lincoln prosecuted the war. The novel imagines Lincoln surviving the war only to face plots against him.
Author Stephen L. Carter uses post-Civil War Washington as a central character in his novel The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln, which examines the way Lincoln prosecuted the war. The novel imagines Lincoln surviving the war only to face plots against him. The Washington Post
Author Stephen L. Carter uses post-Civil War Washington as a central character in his novel The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln, which examines the way Lincoln prosecuted the war. The novel imagines Lincoln surviving the war only to face plots against him. The Washington Post

Novel imagines Lincoln surviving assassination attempt, only to be impeached

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