Lincoln, Grant, and the 1864 Election
|LINCOLN, GRANT, AND THE 1864 ELECTION
"Hold on with a bulldog grip, and chew and choke as much as possible." These determined words of advice were given to General Grant as reassurance and approval of his costly plans for defeat of the Confederate army from a war- wreary President Lincoln, just months before the 1864 presidential election that seemed unwinnable at the time.
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