Bull Run I
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A dialectical examination of the reasons that the Union lost the first battle of Bull Run in Virginia in 1861 at the beginning of the Civil War.
From the Paper:"It is tempting to see the victory of the Union in the Civil War as a foregone conclusion, given the historical benefit of hindsight. The Union's vast superiority in manpower and wartime materiel is so well known that it is difficult to conceive of anything except the complete vanquishment of the South by the North that ultimately occurred. Yet, the attack on Ft. Sumter, Virginia, which marked the outbreak of hostilities by the Confederacy on the United States, was obviously a battle loss for the Union..."
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