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Friars U.S. History

The Election of 1824

Reasons for the depression
whos who
Reasons for the crash
Hoover tries to help
The New Deal for America
Photo Analysis
Evaluating the New Deal
Whos Who WWII
The Rise of Hitler
The Government of Hitler/The Fighting begins
Mobilizing for the War
Poster Analysis
Victory in Europe
The End....aren't you glad!?

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Andrew Jackson

A. As a result of westward expansion Presidential field was very crowded with many regional favorites, including Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and Andrew Jackson.
B. Jackson won popular vote but no canidate recieved the required amount of electoral votes..
1. In such cases the House of Represenatives chooses the President
C. Henry Clay, a member of the House, was not in the top contenders so was out of the running.
D. Clay considered Jackson unqualified and threw his support behind Adams.
E. After Adams was elected he named Clay his Secretary of State.
F. Jackson and his followers accused Adams and Clay of making a "corrupt bargain"
G. Jackson resigned from the Senate in disgust, and to begin campaigning for the 1828 election

President John Quincy Adams

U.S. Represenative Henry Clay

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