Leadership: Why you should be General George Meade

by Rich Williams

June, 1863.

President Abraham Lincoln, the most troubled man in the Western Hemisphere, has just received a telegram from General “Fighting Joe” Hooker, the commander of Lincoln’s Army of the Potomac, tendering his resignation amid the American Civil War between the Union and the Confederacy. General Hooker had done this before; in fact, feigning his resignation had become..

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