Dr. Allen Guelzo, expert on Lincoln and a professor at Princeton, dissects the importance of the Gettysburg Address delivered on November 19, 1863, and its relevance today. President Lincoln challenges all Americans throughout generations as to what we see at stake in our democracy, strength of our democracy and what is in our future. The Address is a reaffirmation that all men are created equal. America is a Constitutional Democratic Republic. Democracy is the universal passion of humanity that ennobles us, ensures government of the people by the people, under God, and will not perish. We face the challenge of the disruption of the virus, and we have been through worse times than the virus. We must fight for the principles of the American Revolution.