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About the Author

Ronald C. White is the author of American Ulysses: A Life of Ulysses S. Grant (2016).  General David H. Petraeus (Ret.) wrote, “Certain to be recognized as the classic work on Ulysses S. Grant.”

White is also the author of three books on Abraham Lincoln.  A. Lincoln: A Biography [2009], was a New York Times, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times bestseller.  USA Today said, “If you read one book about Lincoln, make it A. LINCOLN.”  The book was honored as one of the best books of 2009 by the Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, History Book Club, and Barnes & Noble. It won a 2010 Christopher Award which salutes books “that affirm the highest values of the human spirit.”

Lincoln’s Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural, was honored as a New York Times Notable Book of 2002, and a Washington Post and San Francisco Chronicle bestseller.  The Eloquent President: A Portrait of Lincoln Through His Words [2005], was a Los Angeles Times bestseller, and a selection of the History Book Club.  White’s op-eds have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Christian Science Monitor.  He has lectured at the White House and been interviewed on the PBS News Hour.

He attended Northwestern University and is a graduate of UCLA and Princeton Theological Seminary, earning a Ph.D. in Religion and History from Princeton University. He has taught at UCLA, Princeton Theological Seminary, Whitworth University, Colorado College, Rider University, and San Francisco Theological Seminary. He is a Fellow at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, and a Senior Fellow of the Trinity Forum in Washington, D.C. He lives with his wife, Cynthia, in La Cañada, California.

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