The Fate of Mary Todd Lincoln Rests in your Hands!

Emily Loeffler

The year is <b>1875</b>. You have just learned that you are to be a member of the jury for the insanity trial of Mary Todd Lincoln, the widow of President Abraham Lincoln.
Her son, <b>Robert</b>, is claiming that his mother’s mental health has come unraveled in the 10 years since <b>her husband was assassinated in front of her</b>. He believes it would be best for her to be <b>committed to an insane asylum</b>.
The <b>fate</b> of Mary Todd Lincoln is in your hands. It is up to you and the other jury members to decree if she is <b>sane or insane</b>.