HIST 11-10 - T he Election of 1824 and John Quincy Adams...

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The Election of 1824 and John Quincy Adams Election of 1824, a one party race Adams, Calhoun, Clay, Crawford, Jackson The Corrupt Bargain Clay throws support to Adams, gets S of S pos. The Adams Administration The American system and opposition National Republicans v. Democratic Republicans Reciprocity Treaties Tariff of 1828 (Tariff of Abominations) ( North support, south and West against Failure to use patronage Sense of an illegitimate presidency The Andrew Jackson Administration, 1829-1837 Election of 1828 Jackson-Adams rematch The Campaign Ugly Mud-slinging Age of the common man Jackson portrays himself this way Reform Distrust of civil servants
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Gets rid of 1/5 of former employees Van Buren and the spoils system Fill the spots Policies: Indian removal, the bank (opposes), the tariff (opposes), internal improvements (opposes, no explicit right) Opposition to the American system Reform or retrenchment?
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HIST 11-10 - T he Election of 1824 and John Quincy Adams...

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