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  • The Election of 1824
  • You know that you're not supposed to count the chicks before they hatch
  • You know that people favor me as the president, and not you
  • The "Corrupt Bargain"
  • That's all I need to do? Alright, deal.
  • Alright. You can't back out.
  • Make a deal with me. I'll find a way to make sure that you're president. Just make me your Secretary of State
  • John Quincy Adams as President
  • We reject your proposal.
  • Congress, I have a proposal.
  • Jackson had won 40% of the votes, and John Adams had claimed 30% of the votes. The rest of the 20% went to the other candidates. With no candidate claiming the majority of the votes, the House of Representatives took over.
  • The "Landslide" Election of 1824
  • I ask for a second term, and I will guar-
  • I ask you citizens of America to remember what Adams has done to dirty the name of presidents. Please choose the candidate that is fit for the seat of the president
  • John Quincy Adams was desperate for the seat of president. He made a "corrupt bargain" with the next closest candidate, Henry Clay, for the seat of president. This was called the "corrupt bargain.
  • The Votes Are In!
  • Congratulations on your presidency.
  • After his "corrupt bargain," the Congress refused many of his proposals. This pattern continues until the end of his presidency. Adams couldn't much for the country. He ended up only having the name "president."
  • Jackson as President
  • Many farmers adore you because you are still the same even though you were poor. Please stay this way
  • How can he expect us to trust him?
  • Jackson and Adams competed for the seat of the president again. This time, people didn't want to vote for Adams. They learned their lesson of giving Adams a chance for the seat.
  • Yeah! Go Jackson
  • We're not idiots to vote for you.
  • You suck, Adams
  • I feel bad for Adams
  • When the votes were in, Jackson had won by a landslide. Jackson was officially elected president.
  • It wasn't much.
  • When President Jackson was president, he made many changes to the government and made the country a better place to live in for the common poor people.
  • I thank you for your feedback ,and I will gladly stay this way. Thank you
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