Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg
Wars are part of the human experience.
We know we must enter them.
We know how to win them.
Let us learn how to end them well.Many students of war know how conflict should be conducted. Many desire to learn how war should conclude. Lessons of War—Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg discovers profound leadership lessons embedded in Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address. The book takes these principles and shows how the battle of Gettysburg demonstrated that cessation of a conflict and eternal principles of reconciliation become standards of achievement when a war or a battle comes to a close.