James Longstreet was one of the most lauded and most maligned generals of the Civil War. Renowned as a courageous, clear-thinking, and efficient leader, years later he was condemned as a traitor and blamed for key losses that led to the South's surrender.
When the clouds of war gathered darkly on the horizon, Major James Longstreet, like General Robert E. Lee and numerous other glorious leaders of the South, was an officer in the army of the United States.
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