Abraham Lincoln occupies a unique place of reverence in American politics, exalted and claimed by Republicans and Democrats alike.
Lincoln is quoted, and misquoted, perhaps more than any other historical figure when American politicians want to get their point across.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we look at "Honest Abe" in modern politics.
David S. Reynolds, distinguished professor, the City University of New York's Graduate Center
Jennifer L. Weber, Ph.D., associate professor of history, United States Air Force Academy
Louis P. Masur, department chair and Distinguished Professor of American Studies and History, Rutgers University