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Author and historian Walter Stahr spent time in Worcester doing research at the American Atiquarian Society for his new book, Seward (Lincoln's Indispensible Man).William Henry Seward was not only Lincolns Secretary of State and adviser he was also a trusted friend. Tune in this Sunday evening when Al speaks with Walter Stahr about his long awaited biography of Seward. Have contemporary Secretaries of State worked as close and been as dutiful as Seward? Find out how this ultimate statesman has become a mainstay in American history.