Brundage: “And they got off at Metro stops Farragut or McPherson. Gallagher: They don’t know . . . Brundage: They’re not even thinking these are Union generals. McClellan . . . Gallagher: Even George B. McClellan15 has an equestrian Statue”(37). Note George B. McClellan served as commander of the Army of the Potomac and general in chief in 1861 and 1862, until President Abraham Lincoln relieved him of duty, citing McClellan’s unresponsiveness. In 1864, he ran as the Democratic presidential nominee against Lincoln and was defeated.
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