In a message dated 12/3/2004 7:52:26 AM Central Standard Time, ... I would say that I might consider hero-worship a little strong, and Robertson did dwell on
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, Dec 3 6:51 AM
In a message dated 12/3/2004 7:52:26 AM Central Standard Time, aot1952@... writes:
Their opinions certainly are valid. However I got to say I
sure did not consider the book 'hero-worship' and in fact I felt it
was rather critical of Stonewall.
I would say that I might consider "hero-worship" a little strong, and Robertson did dwell on some of Jackson's odd personal relationships, but overall, I felt that Robertson was more trying to "humanize" his hero rather than take a hard look at Jackson as a soldier. To that extent, I believe it was obvious that Robertson was definitely a Jackson-o-phile.
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