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  • The "Corrupt Bargain"
  • I have an idea. How about I, Henry Clay, use my influence as speaker of the house to appoint you as president. In turn, you name me your Secretary of State
  • I wholeheartedly agree. Then we can insure that Andrew Jackson will not be president!
  • Mudslinging
  • Andrew Jackson would be a terrible president! He is not a moral person, aside from his political views!
  • What?!?!?! Andrew Jackson is a great, courageous man. He is far from immorally corrupt, unlike Henry Clay.
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Candidates John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay made an immoral agreement, though it was legal.
  • The Election of 1824
  • Mudslinging was a type of persuasion that involved bashing on political candidates personal lives.
  • The Election of 1828
  • Andrew Jackson was a plantation owner turned war hero. The Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812 was a defining moment in this man's history, as he led U.S. soldiers into battle to defeat the British, which was successful on his front.
  • The Party in the White House
  • The Election of 1824 was a harsh moment in history for Andrew Jackson, though a very defining moment. With no candidate having majority of the electoral college votes, the House of Representatives voted, ultimately with John Quincy Adams winning the Presidency.
  • Though Andrew Jackson severely lost the Election of 1824, he won by a landslide in 1828, starting the first of his two terms.
  • To celebrate the beginning of his presidency, Andrew Jackson held a party open to commoners, though the White House was trashed
  • I would NOT go in there!
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