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The election of 1824 that brought _______ to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history. A. Andrew Jackson. B. James Monroe C. John Quincy Adams D. John Adams.
The election of 1824 that brought John Quincy Adams to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history.
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The election of 1824 that brought John Quincy Adams to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history.
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The election of 1824 that brought John Quincy Adams to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history.
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