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The Age of Jackson. The Election of 1824. Following Washington’s precedent, James Monroe retires after two terms in 1824 The Republican caucus selects William Crawford to be the next president Other Republicans are upset by this and run for president against Crawford, including. . .

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the election of 1824
The Election of 1824
  • Following Washington’s precedent, James Monroe retires after two terms in 1824
  • The Republican caucus selects William Crawford to be the next president
  • Other Republicans are upset by this and run for president against Crawford, including. . .
  • Jackson wins?
  • The “Corrupt Bargain”
a new era in american politics
A New Era in American Politics
  • The Republican party splits into two parties: the National Republicans led by JQA, and the Democratic party led by Jackson
  • The election of 1824 changes the expectations of voters
  • Voting rights expand
  • Nominating conventions replace caucuses
the election of 1828
The Election of 1828
  • One of the dirtiest elections in US history
  • The election of Andrew Jackson
  • Inauguration of the “people’s President”
  • The “spoils system”
  • Jackson increases the power of the Presidency
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