what does the sentence mean?
What's often missing, though, is the timeless Lincoln, the Lincoln whom all generations, our own no less than that of 1909, can lay claim to.
the part that i am more confused about is "our own no less than that of 1909".
Jun 22, 2013 9:20 AM
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"Our own [generation can lay claim to Lincoln] no less than that [the generation] of 1909 can lay claim to Lincoln." (Lincoln is timeless. All generations can EQUALLY lay claim to him.)
June 22, 2013
We are often forgetting the lessons that Lincoln taught us