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Letters of General George E. Pickett of the C.S.A.
Pickett's Charge at Leadership
Many reasons have been offered for the Confederacy's defeat in the Civil War. Of these many hypotheses none have ever been proven to be the single cause. Perhaps there is no one single cause, maybe the Confederacy fell due to an accumulation of reasons. Resourcefulness was constantly lacking, morale was at staggering lows, the home front was a staple in the mind of every grey uniform, and not to mention they were fighting their own brethren. Factoring in all that went against the Rebel cause, leading such an army would prove to be exhausting. Whether or…
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