Elections of 1824 and 1828

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  • The Elections of 1824
  • We are all competing for the office of President!
  • The House of Representatives
  • Nooooo!
  • The House of Representatives vote that John Quincy Adams win!
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • Why doesn't anyone like me?!
  • We don't like you because you tried making the government too strong for us.
  • Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams all run for President in the Election of 1824.
  • The Elections of 1828
  • Jackson wins by a landslide!!!!
  • Henry Clay influences representatives, as Speaker of the House, to vote for Adams so that Jackson would lose.
  • Jackson's Presidency
  • Many of the people didn't like John Quincy Adams after the election because he was too focused on making the federal government more powerful.
  • Popular Sovereignty
  • I love the idea of popular sovereignty!
  • Jackson wins by a landslide in the election of 1828, due to John C. Calhoun switching parties.
  • Jackson a very popular president among the people because he had support form the common man (farmer).
  • I appreciate all the common man's support.
  • Many of the American people liked the idea of popular sovereignty because it allowed them to be apart of the government.
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