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George B McClellan The Disposable Patriot George B McClellan The Disposable Patriot by Micheal J McHugh recounts the struggles of the young Napoleon George B McClellan as he lived out his life George B McClellan lived a long and fulfilling life in both the military and politics and still had a good loving christian family Through out the book George B McClellan is determined to live his life for the Lord George B McClellan came from a well-to-do family His father was a Doctor which accounts for Georges good education Also his mother and father where christians serving the Lord which accounts for his concern for his fellow man His grandfather was a revolutionary war general which may account for his going into the military Since George had concern for his fellow man he was careful while moving his army the Potomac to new places He also always wanted to be well prepared before battle When George would ask the leaders in Washington for more supplies and men they would turn him down So he would delay an attack until he thought he was ready for battle This unfortunately cost him his career in the miltary After he was out of the military he was nominated as a presidential candidate but not surprising to Geoge he lost the election George wanted to live a normal life after this and due to investments he would be able to live comfortably for a long time Later he and his family traveled to England and spent three and half years touring all over Europe While he was in Europe President Lincoln was assassinated when George heard this news he was devastated In early October 1885 George had experienced chest pains and on October 29 1885 George B McClellan died George B McClellan tried to not to act against his belief in the Lord He prayed everyday in hope of keeping
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