Why did the Confederates take the offensive so soon after they saved Richmond
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a It was more suited to Lee's personality.
b They had a numerical advantage and wanted to take advantage of it.
c It was best to follow up on the successful campaign while enemy morale was shaky.
d They wanted to hurry and invade Washington before reinforcements could get there.
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"Lee believed that if he could destroy the Army of the Potomac (or a significant portion of it) on Union soil, either public opinion in the North would force Lincoln to make a negotiated peace that recognized the CSA as a sovereign,independent country,or Britain and France would officially recognize the CSA,which would have the same effect."
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