Chapter 13 AP U.S 1 . “Old Hickory” v. Clay in 1832. 2 main candidates in election- Jackson (again) and Henry Clay For first time a 3 rd party enters the field Anti-Masonic party- opposed the influence and fearsome secrecy of Masonic order
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Anti- Masons and National Republicans adopted formal platforms to publicize their positions on the issues