John Brown to Abraham Lincoln on Wordle, Take Two

Limiting each speech to 25 words, we get the following:

John Brown’s Statement to the Court 1859Abraham Lincoln’s Cooper Union Speech 1860Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation 1863Abraham’s Second Inaugural Address 1865

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One comment on “John Brown to Abraham Lincoln on Wordle, Take Two
  1. Rebecca says:

    Nice! I like the images with fewer words, it makes the point so much clearer.

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