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Lincoln in His Grave

If You See Something Peter Orner

When U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald said the other day that “Lincoln would roll over in his grave” if he knew what Governor Blago was up to, I had to scoff at Fitzgerald’s lame insight into Lincoln’s character.
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No. 07

No. 07

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Peter Orner is the author of Esther Stories (Mariner) and the editor of two nonfiction books, Underground America and Hope Deferred: Narratives of Zimbabwean Lives (both McSweeney’s). His second novel, Love and Shame and Love (Little, Brown), will be published this fall.  ​

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