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Robert E. Lee brought his Confederate forces into the North just before the battle of Gettysburg in hopes of A. scavenging for food and military supplies. B. taking New York City. C. demoralizing the North with a victory on northern soil. D. escaping a Union army that was chasing him.
Robert E. Lee brought his Confederate forces into the North just before the battle of Gettysburg in hopes of demoralizing the North with a victory on northern soil.
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