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|Posted: Sun Jan 28th, 2007 06:11 am||
Is anyone else astonished that "Little Mac" is receiving new interest that entertains the notion that perhaps he was not as bad of a general as most people have typically believed?
I am not surprised at all, as there has always been many who feel Little Mac gets the short stick. Much the same can be said for those many supporters of Dan Sickles, who feel he was right in what he did at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 2, 1863.
Where I always have supported Little Mac is he made what became known as the AoP. I wonder what would have happened had that job not been placed under him at the time it was. To me that is his major contribution to the Union war effort.
Hope all is well.
Regards from the Garden State,
Last edited on Sun Jan 28th, 2007 06:12 am by Basecat