Most Powerful Van Buren quotations

I've always had a sneaking fondness for Martin Van Buren.

He wrote his autobiography, you know, and never once mentioned his wife. Now that's what I call a mans man.

On the eve of the Civil War, James Parton could write that 'the political history of the United States, for the last thirty years, dates from the moment when the soft hand of Mr. Van Buren touched Mrs. Eaton's knocker.'

Mr. Van Buren, your friends may be leaving you but my friends never leave me.

158 Lewis Avenue between Lafayette and Van Buren, that was back durin days of hangin' on my bed-stuy block