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Here goes..now I'm really upset with all this....New question..I need something to guide me...How did the changing command situation of the Army of the Potomac influence Gettysburg ? Also, did the elevation
of George Gordon Meade make the Union victory more or less likely ? I don't think this is any better than the other?

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    Changing the command to General Meade, instead of Gen. Hooker, put a responsive and drill instructor commander of the Army of the Potomac. Basically changing command put a better general in Meade leading the union army. Meade's force controlled the high ground which made the victory more likely

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    Thanks Lance, for the guidance to complete my work on this.

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    No problem that's why I'm here to help

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