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  • The Tie
  • Crawford
  • Henry Clay
  • I Wanna Win!!!
  • Andrew Jackson
  • John Quincy Adams
  • The Deal
  • Sure Bro.
  • Wanna be my Secretary of State?
  • That's Shady
  • I heard that there was a Corrupt Deal between the two.
  • I know right.
  • In the 1824 election, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and Crawford all ran for president. here was conflict where there was no clear winner and therefore conflict over who was to be the next President of the united States of America.
  • The Final Decision
  • We Want Quincy Adams!
  • To deal with the problem, the House of Representatives had to deal with the issue and then John Quincy Adams made a deal with Henry Clay to help himself to get the presidency. He would be president and Henry Clay would become the new Secretary of State.
  • 1828 Election
  • There was nothin shady!
  • After Andrew Jackson Heard this, he got really mad because of the fact that he found this to be unfair. He started spreading rumors that the deal was really shady and corrupt. Thus the name, The Corrupt Bargain.
  • Start of the Jacksonian Era
  • Calm down m8.
  • HUE HUE HUE
  • After the government chose Adams as the new President Andrew Jackson started spreading hate throughout the country and made everyone hate the new President.
  • NO, NO, NO!
  • The election of 1828 was one in Jackson's favor because of all the hat towards the old president. Jackson won the election without competition. Jackson and Adams ended with a flash.
  • 1v1 me m8
  • The Jacksonian era led to the end of the era of good feelings. Everything had to go his way and then he everything went down. He was prone to anger, and he always contradicted himself and in the end he angered his vice president so much that he quit.
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