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(a) Describe Why did Andrew Jackson lose the presidential election in 1824?

(b) Analyze Cause and Effect What changes occurred between 1824 and 1828 that resulted in Jackson winning the 1828 election?

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(a) Jackson lost the election in 1824 because of the "corrupt bargain" made between Clay and Adams to give Adams the presidency via a vote in Congress. (b) Between 1824 and 1828, suffrage was expanded to more people, particularly poorer whites from rural areas. Therefore, Jackson could easily appeal to these new voters.

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