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Presidential Election of 1812

THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION of 1812 resulted in the re-election of James Madison. It was contested in the shadow of the War of 1812 with several battles fought along the U.S.-Canadian border, and other engagements at sea. James Madison capitalized on his ...

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