I am a Jeff Davis man and, therefore, a Confederate soldier who
loved and honored our President-the broad-minded people of the
North hated him no more than they did the humblest private soldier
of Lee's incomparable army. But he is hated by the narrow-minded
Northerner just because he was our President. Take the cowardly and
brutal Miles, who put him in irons at Fortress Monroe, as an
example of Northern hatred. It is true we lost our President and
our flag, but whatever else we may have lost in that struggle, we
gave the world Robert E. Lee, and he led an army with a record of
valor that will preserve its memory as long as the world counts
courage and self-sacrifice among the noblest traits of men-which
goes to prove that the principles for which we fought will never
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