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Davy Crockett


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American Pageant Chapter 13 Davy Crockett and Andrew Jackson exemplified common man and rose to prominence, gave everyman hope, pride election of Adams infuriated many commoners, seen as power of aristocracy led to increased participation in voting, all the way up to 78 percent in 1840 candidates recognized changing voting bloc, appealed more to middle class instead of the privileged four main candidates in election of 1824: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, William Crawford, Henry Clay no candidate won majority of electoral votes, House of Representatives to choose winner House to choose between Jackson, Crawford, Adams Adams won with help from Clay, Clay later named Secretary of State supporters of Jackson saw this as ?corrupt bargain?
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