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  • The Elections of 1824 and 1828
  • ...and that is why I would make a great president!
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • Seems legit
  • Guys, pick Adams please.
  • Adams being Disrespected
  • Ew, no.
  • You are all mean to me! Accept my proposals!
  • In the election of 1824 Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and Andrew Jackson were the top three candidates. Jackson won the most popular votes with 99, however nobody won the majority of the votes.
  • Jackson v. Adams, Democrats v. National Republicans
  • When the House of Representatives had the responsibility to pick the president, Henry Clay used his position as Speaker of the House to his advantage. Clay and Adams agreed that if Adams became president, Clay would also become a government official. This deal became to be known as a "corrupt bargain."
  • Mudslinging and a Landslide
  • JACKSON DOESN'T FOLLOW THE CONSTITUTION AND DISOBEYS HIS ORDERS!!!
  • The corrupt bargain caused Adams to be disrespected and looked down on. Most of the time, Congress turned down Adams' proposals and vetoes.
  • Summary
  • OMG ADAMS!! I'M A BIG FAN! CENTRAL GOVERNMENT!!
  • In the election of 1828, there were the Democrats who supported Jackson and the National Republicans who supported Adams. The Democrats were in favor of state rights, while the Republicans were in favor of a strong central government.
  • OMG JACKSON!! I'M A BIG FAN! STATES' RIGHTS!!
  • Both of the parties started mudslinging each other and trying to stop their opponent by insulting them. John C. Calhoun eventually changed parties and ran with Jackson. Jackson won by a landslide.
  • ADAMS WAS APART OF THE CORRUPT BARGAIN AND DIDN'T DESERVE HIS JOB!!
  • After the elections of 1824 and 1828, two parties emerged again and broke apart the nation's unity. Also, Adams lost respect while Jackson gained support from many people (including the poor).
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