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PROPERLY USED, COMEDY CAN BOOST MOOD, PROVIDE EXPLANATION, AND MAKE DARK TIMES A BIT LIGHTER.
Abraham Lincoln was well-known for telling stories and jokes before becoming President.
In presiding over a four-year Civil War, Lincoln didn’t stop telling stories and jokes; though one might think that the morbidly serious events that happened daily around the President might have deadened that part of his personality.
The only thing that historians may point to any change at all in Lincoln’s humorous talent is that it became more fable-like, emphasizing a moral to both heal a wound or “mitigate disappointments.”[i]
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