I mean it was about Zeng becoming Emperor and it basically wasn't something I was comfortable with narratively (I didn't want it to be a bunch of White Guy observations) so if anyone can do it better I just wish them the best of luck. And I'm always thrilled to read more China AH.
I appreciate the digging on your part, thanks. No real indication though that that means if was ever intended for the CSA to win, especially considering the overall point of It Can Happen Here of the series.
But again, Thanks.
I think the bigger thing is how everyone he listed was someone he had issues with during his career or had issues with his father the Congressmen or were men he blamed for his career in the Corps stalling out.
The March on Washington
The Business Plot: An American 23F
1933-1935: Franklin D. Roosevelt / James N. Garner (Democratic)
1932: Herbert C. Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
1.5.1935-1.12.1935: Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. (Democratic) [Acting]
1.5.1935-1.9.1935: Smedley D. Butler...
Hot Time in the Old Time by Edward P. Kohn is a good read that really covers just how Bryan and other Populists were viewed by Urban Working classes among other stories. Also shows the different ground games between Agrarian Populists and Aristocratic Progressives.
I could go on about this at length but in the event that there's a Tammany Stooge on the ticket I'd expect another reform Democratic split that either runs their own man or endorses Roosevelt.
Someone remind me tomorrow and I'll offer a more detailed write up about how George can win. I've...