In these days of perpetual presidential politics and incessant candidate speculations, certain names inspire party zealots, politicos, and pundits to the heights of anticipation and possibility. Such presidential conjecture has occurred for years. Hardly is one presidential cycle ended when bets on the next begin. But even today’s political all-stars pale against the most sought-after maybe-candidate of the late nineteenth century: Robert Todd Lincoln.
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Published December 2, 2011
by New Word City, Inc..