The Federal election of this year signaled the end of the “era of Good Feelings”.
1824. The Era had lasted a decade and was marked by a sense of national purpose and unity. The contentious election saw John Q. Adams lose the popular vote but win the Electoral College vote over Andrew Jackson.
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