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"Burne's book glows with a prophetic light. . . . His unorothodox judgments . . . anticipated a major shift, starting in the 1960s, in historical evaluations of military leadership during the Civil War. . . . [These views have] gained so many converts and promise to gain so many more that [they] might well be on the way to becoming the new orthodoxy."--from the Foreword by Albert CastelAbout the Author:
Douglas Southall Freeman, the son of a Confederate soldier, was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 1886. He was commissioned to write a one-volume biography of Lee in 1915, but his research and writings over two decades produced four large volumes.Freeman won another Pulitzer Prize for his six-volume definitive biography of George Washington.He died in 1953.
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