IN THE U.S. presidential election of 1820, James Monroe, the incumbent president, and Daniel D. Tompkins, the incumbent vice president, ran unopposed. This had happened before in 1789 and 1792, when George Washington was elected without any serious opposition. In 1820, ...

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