Jacksonian America: 2015 in Review

WordPress prepared a year-end report for this blog. Here are the highlights:

Total blog views: 49,289

Most active month in views: October (7,872))

Ten most-viewed posts of 2015 (2015 posts in bold):
1. Debunking the Lincoln-Kennedy Federal Reserve Meme 12,437
2. Andrew Jackson’s Profane Parrot 10,023
3. The Man Who Wanted to Kill Andrew Jackson 2,794
4. Was Calvin Coolidge a Klansman? 1,607
5. Donald Trump: A Modern-Day Andrew Jackson? 730
6. The Tension Between Popular and Academic History 650
7. What Does a History Course on Conspiracy Theories Look Like? 594
8. The Living Grandsons of President John Tyler 459
9. Were Tariffs the Cause of the Civil War? 424
10. The Hermitage Podcast Series: The Corrupt Bargain 422

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