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The Killer Angels - Study Guide Thursday, July 2, 1863, The Second Day, Chapter 6, Lee Summary & Analysis

Michael Shaara
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Lee works all night. Finally, he wants to be alone and has his aide send everyone away. Lee wanders outside to check on his horse. Lee thinks about the vow he has broken against the United States Military and of the day he chose to resign his commission in order to join the Confederacy. Lee believed it would be impossible to raise arms against his family and friends, but he lost a lot with his decision. Now he wants the war to end and he is faced with two choices. Give up land already won and move to higher ground or stand and fight. As Lee considers his options, Stuart joins him. Lee tells Stuart that the generals want him court-martialed. Lee chastises him for his actions and tells him he should never do it...

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