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“The War of 1812 perhaps the least remembered of American wars because it was fought in such a left-handed slapdash manner on both sides.” — Charles R. Morris —

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“So as near as I could tell the end of the world began roughly about the time that Billy Carver”s butt rang about halfway through the War of 1812.”

— Steve Vernon

“Some mediocre ladies in influential positions are usually embarrassed by an unusual book and so prefer the old familiar stuff which doesn”t embarrass them and also doesn”t give the child one slight inkling of beauty and reality. This is most discouraging to a creative writer, like you, and also to a hardworking and devoted editor like me. I love most of my editor colleagues but I must confess that I get a little depressed and sad when some of their neat little items about a little girl in old Newburyport during the War of 1812 gets adopted by a Reading Circle.”

— Leonard S. Marcus

“Huzzah! Free Trade and Sailors” Rights! But instead American ships are captured and sailors impressed by the thousands into the British Navy, becoming slaves to the lash, while the United States has virtually no navy to back them up. Baltimore native, Nathan Jeffries, son of an American hero, Captain William Jeffries, and his Quaker wife, Amy, is haunted by the memories of his fiancee, his best friend, his enemy”s woman and his betrayal. Chesapeake Bay is no refuge aboard his father”s brig Bucephalus;facing his worst fears, he is chased and captured by armed privateer schooner Scourge. In a violent world at war, Nathan must break his most solemn promise to his mother. For Nathan and the young United States, 1812 would severely challenge rights of passage.”

— Bert J. Hubinger

“The United States tried, by depressing the clutch of diplomacy and downshifting the gearshift lever of rhetoric, to remain neutral, but it became increasingly obvious that the nation was going to get into a war, especially since it was almost 1812.”

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— Dave Barry

“The whales,” explained Katie, “are going to invade.””Can I tell you a story, girls?” The police officer leaned back and rested his heels on his computer keyboard. He said patiently, “In the nineteen-sixties there was something called the British Invasion. But no British people really invaded us. It was called an invasion, but all that happened was a lot of British bands sold a lot of records in the United States.””So you”re saying,” said Katie, “that really these whales are just going to release a lot of hit singles.””Don”t get fresh,” said the police officer. “I”m saying that just because there was something called the British Invasion doesn”t mean you should be afraid of British people. See what I mean? The British have never invaded America.”Lily mumbled, “What about the War of 1812?””What about it?””They burned down Washington D.C.”

— M.T. Anderson

“Six miles below town a fat and battered brick chimney, sticking above the magnolias and live-oaks, was pointed out as the monument erected by an appreciative nation to celebrate the battle of New OrleansJackson”s victory over the British, January 8, 1815. The war had ended, the two nations were at peace, but the news had not yet reached New Orleans. If we had had the cable telegraph in those days, this blood would not have been spilt, those lives would not have been wasted; and better still, Jackson would probably never have been president. We have gotten over the harms done us by the war of 1812, but not over some of those done us by Jackson”s presidency.”

— Mark Twain

“On the twelfth of June, 1812, the forces of Western Europe crossed the Russian frontier and war began, that is, an event took place opposed to human reason and to human nature.”

— Leo Tolstoy

“I mean, when the British burned down the White House in the war of 1812, did we plant a “Tree of Remembrance” in the ashes, or did we get busy rebuilding?”

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— Brian K. Vaughan

“Remember, how often the great art of the past didn”t look great at first, how often it didn”t look like art at all; how much easier it is, decades or centuries later, to adore it, not only because it is, in fact, great but because it”s still here; because the inevitable little errors and infelicities tend to recede in an object that”s survived the War of 1812, the eruption of Krakatoa, the rise and fall of Nazism.”

— Michael Cunningham

“When the citizens of Baltimore banded together to repel the British during the War of 1812, three in five were immigrants, and one in five was black – some were free, some slaves.”

— Martin O”Malley

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“A prominent Chicago politician, Justin Butterfield, asked if he was against the Mexican War, replied: no, I opposed one War . That was enough for me. I am now perpetually in favor of war, pestilence and famine.”

— Doris Kearns Goodwin

“There is no use in one person attempting to tell another what the meaning of life is. It involves too intimate an awareness. A major part of the meaning of life is contained in the very discovering of it. It is an ongoing experience of growth that involves a deepening contact with reality. To speak as though it were an objective knowledge, like the date of the war of 1812, misses the point altogether. The meaning of life is indeed objective when it is reached, but the way to it is by a path of subjectivities … The meaning of life cannot be told; it has to happen to a person.”

— Ira Progoff

“The meaning of life cannot be told; it has to happen to a person … To speak as though it were an objective knowledge, like the date of the war of 1812, misses the point altogether.”

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— Ira Progoff

“Very little is known about the War of 1812 because the Americans lost it.”

— Eric Nicol

“The War of 1812 perhaps the least remembered of American wars because it was fought in such a left-handed slapdash manner on both sides.”

— Charles R. Morris

“The United States has used force abroad more than 130 times, but has only declared war five times – the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, and World Wars I and II.”

— John Yoo

“The Enlightenment faith that things are getting a little bit better each decade becomes difficult to support. People recognized that there had just been a war that was worse than the war of 1812, and worse than the Revolution; things were clearly not getting better and better.”

— Christine Jennings

“Several of the first presidents, including Jefferson and Madison, generally refused to issue public prayers, despite importunings to do so. Under pressure, Madison relented in the War Of 1812, but held to his belief that chaplains shouldn”t be appointed to the military or be allowed to open Congress.”

— James Madison

“The intelligence community is so vast that more people have top secret clearance than live in Washington. The U.S. will spend more on the war in Afghanistan this year, adjusting for inflation, than we spent on the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Civil War and the Spanish-American War combined.”

— Nicholas D. Kristof

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“I don”t know about you, but where I went to school, Money Management 101 wasn”t offered. Instead we learned about the War of 1812, which of course is something I use every single day.”

— T. Harv Eker

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