Good start but I had to Google who TF Barack Obama was and the Clinton's wife going for POTUS then losing to Donald Trump. Feels like you ran out of ideas. Also Reagan. WTF. I'm guessing that's a riff on President Morrison?1929-1933:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1928:Al Smith/Joe T. Robinson(Democratic)
1933-1941:Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner(Democratic)
1932:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1936:Alf Landon/Frank Knox(Republican)
1941-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry Wallace(Democratic)
1940:Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary(Republican)
1945-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry Truman(Democratic) †
1944:Thomas Dewy/John W. Bricker(Republican)
1949-1953:Harry Truman/Alben W.Barkley(Democratic)
1948:Thomas Dewy/Earl Warren(Republican),Strom Thurmond/Fielding Wright(Dixiecrat),Henry Wallace/Glen Taylor(Progressive Party)
1953-1961:Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon(Republican)
1952:Adlai Stevenson II/John Sparkman(Democratic)
1956:Adlai Stevenson II/Estes Kefauver(Democratic)
1961-1963:John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson(Democratic) †
1960:Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.(Republican)
1963-1965:Lyndon B. Johnson/Vacant(Democratic)
1965-1969:Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey(Democratic)
1964:Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller(Republican)
1969-1973:Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew(Republican)
1968:Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie(Democratic),George Wallace/Curtis LeMay(American Independent)
1972:George McGovern/Sargent Shriver(Democratic)
1973-1974:Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford(Republican)
1974-1977:Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller(Republican)
1977-1981:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic)
1976:Gerald Ford/Bob Dole(Republican)
1981-1989:Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush(Republican)
1980:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic),John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey(Independent)
1984:Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro(Democratic)
1989-1993:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican)
1988:Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen(Democratic)
1993-2001:Bill Clinton/Al Gore(Democratic)
1992:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican),Ross Perot/James Stockdale(Independent)
1996:Bob Dole/Jack Kemp(Republican),Ross Perot/Pat Choate(Reform)
2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney(Republican)
2000:Al Gore/Joe Lieberman(Democratic),Ralph Nader/Wionna LaDuke(Green)
2004:John Kerry/John Edwards(Democratic)
2009-2017:Barack Obama/Joe Biden(Democratic)
2008:John McCain/Sarah Palin(Republican)
2012:Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan(Republican)
2017-2021:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
2016:Hilary Clinton/Tim Kaine(Democratic)
2021-2021:Joe Biden/Kamala Harris(Democratic)
2020:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
That it does, yeah.Was doing an ATLF for a film that barely anyone remembers despite it starring Angelina Jolie, that guy from Trainspotting and Matthew Lillard and having it being this 90s Cyber-Libertarian that can only be defeated by Anarcho-Communist Hackers, dumb?
But the real question that should asked is, does this forum deserve a ATLF based on Hackers?
Dominic Cummings is the most important man in Britain.the world abroad look like
Everyone stays anonymous, it’s like the 90s never ended, forum’s for days.if social networks took off here like OTL or people on the Net generally prefer to stay very anonymous.
The power of internet heavy decentralised political parties.Tim Wu and Bruce Sterling are very interesting nominees, to say the least.
New list format?From Rose Gardens to Refugee Camps: A History of the Second Tory Ascendancy 2010-2037
Produced between 2041 and 2043 "From Rose Gardens to Refugee Camps" was a three season long history podcast produced by Historicity. It was consistently ranked in the top 10 UK historical podcasts during its run and made the career of its primary host Aiden Reitz. However, the show was criticised for being politically biased and for focusing on the central theme of populism versus the establishment to the exclusion of other themes such as sex politics, climate, and the growing mental health crisis. Perhaps in response to these criticisms, Aiden is currently working on "Crash" - which follows the climate crisis from the 1980s to the Treaty of San Francisco.
Season One: Recorded February 2041 to June 2041
The 2010 General Election
1. "That bigoted woman" - Nationalism and class at the fall of New Labour
2. "I Agree With Nick" - TV Debates and emerging populism
David Cameron 2010-2016
3. "The Rose Garden" - The start of the First Coalition
4. "We are the 99%" - Riots, Occupy, Anti-Austerity and Ed Miliband
5. "Jubilympics" - The AV referendum and an illusion of unity
6. "I quite fancy my brother" - Equal Marriage, the Snoopers' Charter, House of Lords Reform and the breakdown of coalition
7. "Like a foreign land" - The EU Election, Carswell, Reckless, and the first Scottish Referendum
8. "The Man who hated Britain" - Race and nationalism in the General Election
9. "Kippers and Watermelons" - Populist uprisings and economic anxieties in the General Election 2015
10. "Champagne delivered to Downing Street" - Cameron governs alone
11. "A new kind of politics" - Jeremy Corbyn, the new radicals and the new mainstream
12. "The People's Vote" - The emergence of Remain: Stronger In, the death of Jo Cox, and Remoaners
13. "The People Spoke" - The £350 million bus, Galloway and Farage, the strange death and rebirth of the populist right
Theresa May 2016-2019
14. "Running through fields of wheat" - the political vision on Theresa May
15. "There will be no snap election" - the 2017 snap election
16. "Oh, Jeremy Corbyn" - Populism before and after the 2017 general election
Season Two: Recorded November 2041 to March 2042
1. "A Meaningful Vote" - Brexit, parliament, and the public
2. "The Hostile Environment" - Domestic policy under Theresa May
3. "The Future is in your hands" - The Independent Group, antisemitism, establishment rebels and anti-populist protests
4. "Milkshake" - the crisis of right wing populism, nationalism, and antifascism
Boris Johnson 2019-2027
5. "Boris" - The 2017 Conservative Leadership election and the character of the new Prime Minister
6. "Prorogations and Resignations" - political realignment, and Brexit negotiations under Johnson
7. "In the Bleak Midwinter" - The General Election 2019. A three part Xmas special performed live in the Googlesoft Podcasting Centre in London. Special guests include Katie Foy, Benali Hamdache, Daisy Benson, and Gemma Stone
8. "Anxious about what happens next" - The beginning of the pandemic and the end of Corbynism
9. "Yeeting the statue into the canal" - Protest and policing under lockdown
10. "Eat Out to Help Out" - Domestic and economic policy between the lockdowns
11. "Reclaim the Streets" - The second wave, Kill The Bill, vaccination and the birth of a new populist left
12. "Britain gets the Clap" - The third wave and the end of lockdown
13. "The decade's saddest loss" - The death of Elizabeth II and the crisis of the monarchy
14. "The Roaring Twenties" - Culture, gender, race and the schism of the populist left in the shadow of the pandemic
15. "The Warring Twenties" - The global situation.
16. "Night of the Long Tweets" - Political crisis and an apolitical disaster.
Season Three: Recorded July 2042 to September 2042
1. "The most equal society on Earth" - The 2024 General Election and the debate on British identity
2. "A small minority entirely beneath notice" - Political violence, extremism, and social unrest in the 2024 general election.
3. "Revived, rejuvenated and ready" - The birth of the second Johnson ministry
4. "The least eventful political realignment in history" - The leadership contests of 2024
5. "EU Supergirl" - Centre, right, and leftist populism and the run-up to war.
6. "Playing Churchill" - The Conservative Party at war.
7. "The whole country stands united" - Populism, racism, and political violence on the home front.
8. "16th October 2026" - Special two part episode, recorded live at the KWV Centre - all proceeds going to the White Poppy Foundation and the 16th October Trust.
9. "Aftershocks" - Britain in the wake of 16th October.
10. "Not fun anymore" - The home front at the end of the war.
11. "Britain at the Death of Europe" - The Sarajevo Conference.
12. "Looking for the heart and soul of the Conservative Party" - The 2027 Conservative Leadership election
Gavin Williamson (2027-2036)
13. "Monkey's Paw" - The populist right takes the reins.
14. "Is that who that was?" - The resignation of Keir Starmer
15. "Letting the Tories in" - Left populism, Centrist populism, and the death of the establishment in the 2028 General Election
16. "A jackboot through the overton window" - The populist right and the death of the establishment in the 2028 General Election
Season Four: Recorded March 2043 to July 2043
1. "The new reality" - Domestic policy at the end of the 2020s
2. "What isn't on fire, we burn" - Left populism in the era of political violence
3. "Nothing is not on fire" - The political environment and the literal climate
4. "Families have been broken" - The victories and failures of right populism in power
5. "An outdated institution" - The 2033 general election TV debates and the new Labour Party
6. "Collapsing upwards" - Voter suppression and political violence on the campaign trail.
7. "Progressive Alliance" - Centrist populism and the curious rebirth of the Liberal Party
8. "Liking our wounds" - Left populism takes the lead
9. "The Republican Monarchy and the King of the Squatters" - Criminality, terrorism, the aristocracy, etc adjust to the new world.
10. "Enemies Everywhere" - The state of the cabinet in the run-up to the elections.
11. "Greatness in our grasp" - How the Conservatives lost the 2036 general election.
12. "The bimbofication of the Labour movement" - How Labour didn't win the 2036 general election
Elena Bunbury (2036-2038)
13. "Everyone is behind you" - The resignation of Gavin Williamson, the new Coalition and the populist centre in power
14. "No Gods No Masters" - Labour, protest and the new new left.
15. "Britain the beautiful" - Poverty, race and class at the start of the Global Crash
16. "Not even any leftovers" - The end of the coalition.
17. "Ragnarok" - Special cross-over episode with Elections Live and the History of Twitter, performed in the Westminster Centre.
Well, I didn’t write anything down, but full on free-market conservatism for 40 years led to corporations, such as the now privatised British Telecom, being able to run wild and do whatever they want with the internet, such as massively restrict the flow of information.omg.
What system are you envisioning he