The Corrupt Bargain
William Crawford, the forgotten man of 1824
(Source: Wikimedia Commons--public domain)
The "corrupt bargain" of 1824
A) refers to Henry Clay being made Secretary of State in John Quincy Adams' administration following the House of Representatives choosing Adams as president
B) was a victory for Andrew Jackson
C) followed the first time a president's election had been decided in the House of Representatives
D) began as a tariff dispute in South Carolina
E) dealt with a dispute between Senators Webster and Hayne
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