New General, The - by Mort Kunstler
Winfield S. Hancock
In the spring of 1861 when asked about his sentiments regarding the war, Winfield Hancock replied: “My politics are of a practical kind: the integrity of my country, the supremacy of the federal government, and an honorable peace, or none at all.”
Hancock was as striking and as gregarious a general as the Army of the Potomac ever had. A newspaper reporter thought him “brave as Julius Caesar, and always ready to obey…fighting orders.”
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