Unit 4 (1800-1848) - Alan Brinkley Chapter 9.docx - Jacksonian America Election of 1824 \u25cf Election of 1824 will formally put an end to the Era of Good

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Jacksonian America Election of 1824 Election of 1824 will formally put an end to the Era of Good Feelings JQA, Crawford, Clay, and Jackson Jackson wins popular vote but not electoral vote Since it’s technically a tie, the election goes to the House of Rep. Clay (Speaker of the House) decides to support JQA Next thing you know, JQA wins and Clay is Sec. of State Jackson gets upset John Quincy Adams (1825) When he was Sec. of State under Monroe his accomplishments included: Rush-Bagot Treaty British-American Convention Adams-Onis Treaty Monroe Doctrine As president he had charges of “corruption” Never had majority of support. Uneventful presidency Election of 1828 JQA vs. Jackson. Jackson wins by a lot Jackson is the first president from the west (TN) Jackson believed and was seen as the “common man” At this point in history, the need to own property to vote was eliminated. All white men could vote

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