Sheridan reconsidered

Just noticed this review of Wittenberg's Little Phil: A Reassessment of the Civil War Leadership of General Philip H. Sheridan.
In a short work, written, as the author concedes, as a lawyer's brief, Wittenberg sets out to demonstrate that Sheridan does not deserve the praise that history has bestowed upon him.
Sounds like analysis - a break from storytelling.
The book is organized topically.
This is a highly controversial and provocative work that seeks to demolish one of the Civil War's great icons; a fact the author is well aware of. Nevertheless, it is a rewarding book for it is well researched, written, organized, and argued.
The revolution continues.