Election of 1824 Narrowed down to four candidates that didnt have the popular

Election of 1824 narrowed down to four candidates

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Election of 1824:Narrowed down to four candidates that didn’t have the popular vote: Jackson (who became president); Calhoun who won the VP, Henry Clay who didn’t win at all lmao; John Q Adams, who had the nationalistic northern and western ballots. Gave way to the National Republicans, or Whig, political party.William H. Crawford: Originally from Georgia, ran in the 1824 election representing the south.He was forced to drop out of the race due to a stroke. Against J.Q Adams.James Monroe:Served as the fifth president of the United States, acquired Florida, established the Missouri Compromise, wrote up the Monroe Doctrine. Also passed the Bonus Bill.John Q. Adams: He was the sixth president of the United States. -He was a republican from Mass. who was the first minority president. -served=four years, from 1824-1828. -He could never gain the support of the Americans because he was a minority president. -He was in favor of funding national research and he appointed Henry Clay as his Secretary of State. During his presidency the National Republicans were formed in support of him. He was essentially chosen by the House of Representatives.Was the secretary of state of state for Monroe and the son of John Adams-Thought of the republic in continental terms and was intent on promoting expansion to the PacificJohn C. Calhoun:In 1834, joined with Henry Clay against President Jackson, forming the beginning of the Whig Party. -The Whigs along with the Democrats, began the two-system party.Was a warhawk.Andrew Jackson:seventh President of the United States. Supportive of states' rights and small federal government. -He was a strong believer in democracy, and his supporters created the new Democratic party.Fought and won the battle of New Orleans…
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-Won the battle against the Indian Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw tribes and defeated the Red sticks (Tecumseh). Jackson promptly dictated a peace treaty under the Creeks ceded 22 million acres of land in the Mississippi Territory. Panama Congress: Summoned by the Venezuelan revolutionary leader, Simon Bolivar, in 1826 to discuss commercial treaties, adopt a code of international law, and arrive at a common Latin American policy toward Spain. Two delegates were sent by the U.S., but were delayed so long that when they got there the meeting was over. They were uncomfortable about black and whites mixing at the meeting. Showed the good relations between U.S. and South America.Tariff of 1828: also called the Tariff of Abominations, raised the tariff on imported manufacturedgoods. Protected the industrial North but harmed the South, who argued that it was economically discriminatory and unconstitutionalSpoils (rotation) system:the winner of the election may do whatever they want with the staff. Jackson made more staff changes than any previous president, firing many people and replacing them with his ownKitchen Cabinet:A small group of Jackson's friends and advisors who were especially influential in the first years of his presidency. Jackson conferred with them instead of his regular cabinet. Many people didn't like Jackson ignoring official procedures, and called it the "Kitchen
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