This chapter describes how Burnside continued to function in both a physical and mental fog, sending more troops to funnel into the deathtrap on the outskirts of Fredericksburg as the day wore on. Unable to think calmly, he refused to modify his tactics and kept insisting that Marye's Heights must be taken. Reports from the field or the advice of subordinates now carried little weight.
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