The 1828 Election

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Humza Seddiki History 1828 Election The 1928 United States presidential election was the eleventh quadrennial presidential election. It starred a re-match between sitting President John Quincy Adams, and the winner of the Electoral College in the 1924 election, Andrew Jackson. The Election was now different because the nominations were no longer made by Congressional blocs, but through conventions and state legislatures. John Quincy Adams was re-nominated by the National Republicans. On the other hand, Jackson led the Democratic Republican, which turned later as Democratic. It was dubbed as one of the dirtiest election the country ever had. Disgusting mudslinging were all over, a back and forth black propaganda to the point of getting too
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