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General Winfield Scott led American forces in an invasion of Mexico in 1847 and marched 260 miles to capture what site?
The union war effort began by implementing the strategy embodied in general winfield scotts “anaconda plan” which called for A. encircling and squeezing the confederacy with a naval blockade B. a sudden strike against a vulnerable point of the borders of the confederacy C. Concealed and roundabout infiltration of confederate territory west of the mississippy D. postponing direct military operations until the norths industrial capacity could be brought up to full military production