This chapter describes the Federal army's inability to overrun the Confederates' defense. Fredericksburg became a one-sided fight, but even in a one-sided fight the victorious army makes mistakes. Confident Confederates could cheer each repulse, though despite an overpoweringly strong defensive position, some regiments paid a high price.
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