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Topic - George B. Mcclellan
A rare letter is for sale that President Abraham Lincoln wrote to one of his top generals at a turning point of the Civil War. The Raab Collection in Philadelphia is selling the document, which for decades has belonged to an anonymous private collector. The asking price is $100,000.
It couldn't have played out any other way. History tells us so. When Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal stepped over the line, criticizing his civilian superiors in public, he did what a general must never do. As President Obama said when he accepted the general's resignation as commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan last week, Gen. McChrystal "undermined civilian control of the military, which is at the core of our democratic system." It cannot be tolerated.