Who did Andrew Jackson defeat in the Presidential election of 1832?
A. Mark Eaton.
B. John C. Calhoun
C. Henry Clay.
D. Martin Van Buren
In the 1832 presidential election, Jackson easily won re-election as the candidate of the Democratic Party against Henry Clay, of the National Republican Party. Jackson jettisoned Vice President John C. Calhoun because of his support for nullification and involvement in the Eaton Affair, replacing him with long-time confidant Martin Van Buren of New York.
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