Since Nevada officially became a "battle born" state in 1864 during the Lincoln presidency, Lincoln has been a ubiquitous historical figure in the Silver State. What other lessons can we learn from the 16th President? In Part 2, Dr. Green tell us why a both brilliant and imperfect Lincoln exemplified the type of moral leadership that can inform our political leaders today.
For more research and news about gaming, visit UNLV's International Gaming Institute (IGI) website!
Also, be sure to check out these Amazon links to Dr. Green's books:
Nevada: A History of the Silver State (2015)
Lincoln and Native Americans (2021)
Lincoln and the Election of 1860 (2011)
A special thank you to Dr. Brett Abarnel from UNLV's IGI for making this episode possible.
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