In response to General Longstreet's problems, with Bragg, he wasn't the only one, If I had have been there, there would have been another voice, against Bragg---during the civil war, Bragg, was a joke---his older brother was the attorney general for president Jefferson Davis--another brother, was a senator,( would you think, there was a problem there?) Bragg, hisself, was very quick to argue, and criticize, his commanding officers, And how would you "gage" this type of record? Corps commander, at Shiloh----Commander of the Army of Mississippi,(later Army of Tennessee)attempted invasion of Kentucky, 1862, after Perryville, retreated, after battles of Murfreesboro and stone river----retreated, outmaneuvered, during the Tullahoma campaign, retreated to chattanooga--won the battle of Chickamauga,----and lost at Cattanooga--why in the blazes, was he appointed Military advisor to President Davis,-----Seems like opening, the henhouse, to the fox, to me!!!--So in Longstreet's behalf----Right-On!!!!