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HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES,
Dear Brother : . . . No matter how unwise were my conditions with Johnston they were secret, and his [Stanton's] divulgence was a betrayal of me; and Stanton knew it. At all events, he himself made so much clamor that history is not perfect unless the matter be wholly explained, and I think I have done it fairly. 1
- William Sherman