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39. The “corrupt bargain” in the election of 1824 referred to: a. the widespread purchase of votes in several states b. the belief that Clay supported Adams in return for becoming secretary of state c. the blatant miscounting of ballots in the Electoral College
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d. Jackson’s promise to make Calhoun his vice president e. Jackson’s belief that the Constitution had been disregarded ____ 40. One of John Quincy Adams’s major shortcomings as president was his lack of:
____ 41. As president, Adams proposed to:
____ 42. The Tariff of 1828:
____ 43. The South Carolina Exposition and Protest was published in response to the: a. election of 1824 b. Tariff of 1828 c. Missouri Compromise d. second Bank of the United States e. Panic of 1819
____ 44. The 1828 presidential campaign was dominated by:
____ 45. One of Jackson’s greatest personal vulnerabilities in the 1828 campaign was:
____ 46. By the 1820s, the right to vote had generally been extended to:
b. adult white males c. Indians d. blacks e. all of the above ____ 47. In the presidential election of 1828: a. John C. Calhoun won the South but lost in New En gland b. John C. Calhoun won New En gland but lost in the South c. most of Andrew Jackson’s support was in New En gland d. Adams won all of New En gland except for one of Maine’s nine electoral votes e. Jackson carried every state
____ 48. In this new political era, Jackson had a tremendous advantage because of his:
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