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American Pageant 14th Edition Chapter 13 notes

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Democrats v. Whigs- campaigns turned to banners and parades- voter turnout was high I. The ?Corrupt Bargain? of 1824 JQA, Clay, Crawford, and Jackson all ran for president- they were all republicans- there was no majority so the election was thrown to the House- Clay was eliminated from the race but gave his support to JQA JQA became president and Clay was his Secretary of State- Being Sec. of State paved the way to the presidency- Jackson wasn?t having any of this and neither were others II. A Yankee Misfit in the White House

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