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   Gettysburg Address
       by Abraham Lincoln.
     Four score
          and seven years ago
       our fathers
          brought forth on this continent,
               a new nation,
                 conceived in Liberty,
           and dedicated
             to the proposition
               that all men
                 are created equal.
     Now we
         are engaged
            in a great civil war,
         whether that nation,
           or any nation so conceived
             and so dedicated,
       can long endure.
     We are met
         on a great battle-field
            of that war.
     We have come
         to dedicate a portion
             of that field,
       as a final resting place
          for those
             who here gave their lives
            that nation might live.
     It is altogether fitting
        and proper
           that we should do this.
       in a larger sense,
         we can not dedicate
        -- we can not consecrate
           -- we can not hallow --
        this ground.
     The brave men,
         living and dead,
           who struggled here,
       have consecrated it,
          far above our poor power
             to add or detract.
     The world will little note,
       nor long remember
      what we say here,
         but it
           can never forget
          what they did here.
     It is for us
        the living,
       to be dedicated here
          to the unfinished work
     which they who fought here
        have thus far
           so nobly advanced.
     It is rather for us
         to be here dedicated
            to the great task
                remaining before us
      -- that
           from these honored dead
             we take increased devotion
               to that cause
            for which they gave
               the last full measure
              of devotion
      -- that
           we here highly resolve
              that these dead
                 shall not have died in vain
      -- that this nation,
            under God,
               shall have a new birth
                  of freedom
      -- and that government
            of the people,
               by the people,
                 for the people,
          shall not perish
             from the earth.