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Seventh President of the United States

Source: The Library of Congress

Four years after being narrowly defeated by John Quincy Adams in the 1824 presidential election, Andrew Jackson challenged Adams again in the 1828 election, defeating him in a campaign that focused on Jackson's image as a man of the people battling aristocracy and corruption. Jackson served two terms as President, easily defeating Henry Clay in his 1832 re-election bid.

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