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Presidents
Updated: 2/21/2019
Presidents
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  • John Quincy Adams
  • Andrew Jackson
  • William Crawford
  • John Quincy Adams was the son of John Adams and Abigail Smith. He suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed but he did recover. He returned to congress. Then thereafter he collapsed due to a cerebral hemorrhage. John Quincy Adams won the election by what seemed like a corrupt bargain since it looked like Clay would make Adams president if he made Clay the secretary of state.
  • Andrew Jackson was a war hero. He was known for being for white people and didn't help anyone of color. Jackson died in his plantation due to heart failure. He had the most electoral votes but lost the election due to the house. He was for the common man. He and the people who wanted him for president were outraged because of the supposed corrupt bargain.
  • William Crawford was born in February 24, 1772 and died at the age of 62. He had 7 children. William Crawford ran for president in 1824 but suffered from a stroke that took him out of the election. He had been the secretary of war prior to that.
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