James Madison

Montpelier, Madison’s 2,650-acre Virginia estate, has reportedly extended an invitation for the “About Damn Time” singer to play at the home.
The Library of Congress invited Lizzo to play the historic instrument, which survived the burning of Washington during the War of 1812.
Other items being auctioned include John F. Kennedy's Harvard sweater and the pen that Warren Harding used to end U.S. involvement in World War I.
"Oppression doesn't disappear just because you decided not to teach us that chapter."
While others have traced the first appearance of this bogus Madison quote back to a 1958 calendar, I was determined to hunt down its exact source and prove once and for all that this quote did not come from James Madison.