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Which best explains why General McClellan lost the trust of his political superiors in early 1862? They disliked his persistence at not wanting to attack Richmond directly. The army was 130,000 men strong and had not moved yet. They felt he did not support the war and could be a traitor. He was too aggressive in battle.

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