No taxation without representation.
(Colonial slogan, 1760s)
We love our cup of tea full well,
But love our freedom more.
(Ballad popular in wake of Boston Tea Party, 1774)
Yankee Doodle went to town,
Riding on a pony.
Stuck a feather in his hat
And called it macaroney.
(Marching song, Revolutionary War)
Jefferson and Liberty.
(Jeffersonian Republican campaign slogan, election of 1800)
(Term given to prowar congressmen, 1812)
On to Canada!
(Rallying cry of the Warhawks, 1812)
There stood John Bull in martial pomp,
And here was Old Kentucky.
("Hunters of Kentucky," popular ballad after the Battle of New Orleans, 1815)