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|I like Scout's way of thinking Hardee and Cleburne are the two guys that came to my mind right away, the former making more sense in light of 1861 and the latter with his entire record laid out.
Unfortunately I don't think it matters because the geography in the west kills the Confederacy no matter who is in charge, even Robert E. Lee only on his best days. The only place georgraphy works for the south, was in Virginia. Now fighting an unconventional war the picture changes.