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John Jay Chapman

John Jay Chapman (March 2, 1862 – November 4, 1933) was an American author.

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    The short lesson that comes out of long experience in political agitation is something like this: all the motive power in all of these movements is the instinct of religious feeling. All the obstruction comes from attempting to rely on anything else. Conciliation is the enemy.
    —John Jay Chapman (1862–1933)

    All progress is experimental.
    —John Jay Chapman (1862–1933)

    Ask every person if he’s heard the story,
    And tell it strong and clear if he has not,
    That once there was a fleeting wisp of glory
    Called Camelot ...
    Don’t let it be forgot
    That once there was a spot
    For one brief shining moment that was known
    As Camelot.
    —Alan Jay Lerner (1918–1986)