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15 Luckily, the war ended within weeks, but the spectre of dissolution of the Union had been raised, an unintentional consequence of the war that would reemerge with deadly virulence in 1861. Facing intense domestic criticism, Madison immediately ratified the Treaty of Ghent. To put the best face on what was far from a military victory, on 4 March 1815 he issued a proclamation calling for a day of thanksgiving. ’16 Madison believed the United States had been successful in at least ‘asserting’ its national rights.

James L. O’Sullivan, ‘The Great Nation of Futurity’ 1 The war against Mexico has been somewhat neglected by Americans. In large part, this is because there was and remains a certain moral uneasiness about the origins, conduct and outcome of the war. If one overlooks the invasion of indigenous lands and incursions into Canada during the War of 1812, the war against Mexico was the first war fought by the United States on foreign soil, and it was a war of conquest. The inescapable feeling lingers that a general settlement might have been reached with Mexico that would have achieved the goal of acquiring California without a war had President James K.

General William Hull, a veteran of the Revolutionary War, had marched across Ohio from Dayton to Fort Detroit at the head of an insoluble mixture of regulars, volunteers and militiamen. When he crossed over into Canada, the militiamen exercised their constitutional prerogative of refusing to sortie beyond United States territory. Hull lost his nerve. 6 38 | 39 Terrified by the likelihood of Indian mutilation and massacre of his accompanying family, Hull surrendered Fort Detroit and 2,000 wellemplaced men to British General Isaac Brock without a fight.

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