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Lists of Heads of Government and Heads of State

Lucon50

Member
REALIGNMENT: A New Party System

(Falklands War Lost)


1979-82: Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
- 1979 (majority) def: Jim Callaghan (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)

1982-84: Willie Whitelaw (Conservative)

1984-89: Roy Jenkins (Social Democratic)

- 1984 (with Liberals) def: Willie Whitelaw (Conservative), Michael Foot (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)

1989-1996: Shirley Williams (Social Democratic)
- 1989 (with Liberals) def: Tony Benn (Labour), Norman Tebbit (Conservative), David Steel (Liberal)
- 1993 (with Conservatives) def: Tony Benn (Labour), Cecil Parkinson (Conservative), Alan Beith (Liberal)

1996-98: David Owen (Social Democratic)

1998-2005: John Prescott (Labour)

- 1998 (minority) def: David Owen (Social Democratic), Cecil Parkinson (Conservative), Michael Meadowcroft (Liberal)
- 2000 (with Liberals) def: Ann Widdecombe (Conservative), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal), Rosie Barnes (Social Democratic)

2004-09: Michael Portillo (Conservative)
- 2004 (with Social Democrats) def: John Prescott (Labour), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal), Tony Blair (Social Democratic)

2009-14: Charles Kennedy (Progressive)
- 2009 (with Labour & Greens) def: John McDonnell (Labour), Michael Portillo (Conservative), Caroline Lucas (Green)

2014-18: John McDonnell (Labour)
- 2014 (with Progressives & Greens) def: Charles Kennedy (Progressive), Ken Clarke (Conservative), Nigel Farage (UK Independence), Caroline Lucas (Green)

2018-20: Nigel Farage (UK Independence)
- 2018 (with Conservatives) def: John McDonnell (Labour), Vince Cable (Progressive), Caroline Lucas (Green), Theresa May (Conservative), Maurice Glasman (Peoples')

2020-25: Norman Lamb (Progressive)
- 2020 (with Labour & Greens) def: Diane Abbott (Labour), Nigel Farage (UK Independence), Michael Gove (Conservative), Sian Berry (Green), Maurice Glasman (Peoples')

2025-?: Laura Pidcock (Labour)
- 2025 (with Progressives & Greens) def: Norman Lamb (Progressive), Michael Gove (Conservative), Sian Berry (Green)
 

Bolt451

BOOK IT, TONY!
Location
Sandford, Gloucestershire
Pronouns
She/Her
REALIGNMENT: A New Party System

(Falklands War Lost)


1979-82: Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
- 1979 (majority) def: Jim Callaghan (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)

1982-84: Willie Whitelaw (Conservative)

1984-89: Roy Jenkins (Social Democratic)

- 1984 (with Liberals) def: Willie Whitelaw (Conservative), Michael Foot (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)

1989-1996: Shirley Williams (Social Democratic)
- 1989 (with Liberals) def: Tony Benn (Labour), Norman Tebbit (Conservative), David Steel (Liberal)
- 1993 (with Conservatives) def: Tony Benn (Labour), Cecil Parkinson (Conservative), Alan Beith (Liberal)

1996-98: David Owen (Social Democratic)

1998-2005: John Prescott (Labour)

- 1998 (minority) def: David Owen (Social Democratic), Cecil Parkinson (Conservative), Michael Meadowcroft (Liberal)
- 2000 (with Liberals) def: Ann Widdecombe (Conservative), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal), Rosie Barnes (Social Democratic)

2004-09: Michael Portillo (Conservative)
- 2004 (with Social Democrats) def: John Prescott (Labour), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal), Tony Blair (Social Democratic)

2009-14: Charles Kennedy (Progressive)
- 2009 (with Labour & Greens) def: John McDonnell (Labour), Michael Portillo (Conservative), Caroline Lucas (Green)

2014-18: John McDonnell (Labour)
- 2014 (with Progressives & Greens) def: Charles Kennedy (Progressive), Ken Clarke (Conservative), Nigel Farage (UK Independence), Caroline Lucas (Green)

2018-20: Nigel Farage (UK Independence)
- 2018 (with Conservatives) def: John McDonnell (Labour), Vince Cable (Progressive), Caroline Lucas (Green), Theresa May (Conservative), Maurice Glasman (Peoples')

2020-25: Norman Lamb (Progressive)
- 2020 (with Labour & Greens) def: Diane Abbott (Labour), Nigel Farage (UK Independence), Michael Gove (Conservative), Sian Berry (Green), Maurice Glasman (Peoples')

2025-?: Laura Pidcock (Labour)
- 2025 (with Progressives & Greens) def: Norman Lamb (Progressive), Michael Gove (Conservative), Sian Berry (Green)
Nice. Is this still under FPTP? That could get messy
 

Time Enough

"Enthusiastic Cis Male Partner"
Pronouns
He/Him
1998-2005: John Prescott (Labour)
Not to call you out because this is a fun list (always love a Soc Dem victory list etc.), but having done research myself on Labour and Prescott I just can’t see Prescott lasting more than a couple of years.

Labour is infamously rather kind to it’s leaders in office, but Prezza is just a ticking time bomb with his general demeanour, numerous affairs and that allegation of Sexual assault that hangs over all preceding with him.

Robin Cook is probably a better pick here.
 

TheHatMan98

Well-known member
“You’re my favourite Deputy”: a list contemplating Deputy PMs and Party Leaders having the top job

1937-1940: Edward Wood, Viscount Halifax (Conservative)

1940-1950: Clement Attlee (Labour)
1940 (Wartime National Government, with Conservatives and Liberals) def. Winston Churchill (Conservative), Archibald Sinclair (Liberal)
1945 (Majority) def. Winston Churchill (Conservative), Archibald Sinclair (Liberal)


1950-1956: Anthony Eden (Conservative)
1950 (Majority) def. Clement Attlee (Labour), Megan Lloyd George (Liberal)
1955 (Majority) def. Herbert Morrison (Labour), Megan Lloyd George (Liberal)


1956-1959: R. A. Butler (Conservative)

1959-1960: Aneurin Bevan* (Labour)
1959 (Minority, with Liberal S&C) def. R. A. Butler (Conservative), Megan Lloyd George (Liberal)

1960-1965: George Brown (Labour)
1960 (Majority) def. R. A. Butler (Conservative), Megan Lloyd George (Liberal)

1965-1972: Reginald Maudling (Conservative)
1965 (Majority) def. George Brown (Labour), Donald Wade (Liberal)
1969 (Majority) def. Roy Jenkins (Labour), Donald Wade (Liberal)


1972-1974: William Whitelaw (Conservative)

1974-1979: Michael Foot (Labour)
1974 (Minority) def. William Whitelaw (Conservative), Donald Wade (Liberal)

1979-1989: William Whitelaw (Conservative)
1979 (Majority) def. Michael Foot (Labour), John Pardoe (Liberal), Shirley Williams (SDP)
1983 (Majority) def. Denis Healy (Labour), John Pardoe (Liberal), Shirley Williams (SDP)
1988 (Majority) def. Roy Hattersely (Labour), Alan Bieth (Liberal), William Rodgers (SDP)


1989-1992: Geoffrey Howe (Conservative)
1992 (Minority) Magaret Beckett (Labour), Russell Johnston (LibDem)

1992-1997: Michael Heseltine (Conservative)

1997-2007: John Prescott (Labour)
1997 (Majority) def. Michael Heseltine (Conservative), Sir Alan Bieth (LibDem)
2002 (Majority) def. Peter Lilley (Conservative), Sir Alan Bieth (LibDem)


2007-2012: Harriet Harman (Labour)
2007 (Majority) def. Vincent Cable (LibDem), Michael Ancram (Conservtaive)

2012-2017: Nicholas Clegg (Liberal Democrat)
2012 (Coalition with Conservatives) def. Harriet Harman (Labour), George Osbourne (Conservative)

2017-20??: Tom Watson (Labour)
2017 (Minority) def. Nicholas Clegg (LibDem), George Osbourne (Conservative)
 

theev

Las Vegas is a society of armed masturbators
Pronouns
he/him
Alright so a while I tried to imagine a President George Rockwell world that began with a Goldwater victory. Now that I know more about the development of the domestic American fascist movement after World War II I want to take another shot at it.

1969 - 1972: Richard Nixon (Republican)
1968 (with Spiro Agnew): Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), George Wallace (American Independent)
1972 - 1977: Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1972 (with Ronald Reagan): Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1976 (with Ronald Reagan): Henry M. Jackson (Democratic), Eugene McCarthy (Independent)

1977 - 1981: Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1981 - 1989: Jerry Brown (Democratic)
1980 (with Lindy Boggs): Ronald Reagan (Republican), Ed Brooke (Independent)
1984 (with Lindy Boggs): Jesse Helms (Republican), Pete Ueberroth (Independent)

1989 - 1993: Alexander Haig (Republican)
1988 (with Clint Eastwood): Gary Hart (Democratic)
1993 - 1994: Frank Zappa (Independent)
1992 (with Paul Tsongas): Pat Buchanan (American), Alexander Haig (Republican), Neil Goldschmidt (Democratic)
1994 - 1995: Frank Zappa (United)
1995 - 1996: Paul Tsongas (United)
1996 - 1998: Colin Powell (United)
1996 (with David L. Boren): Pat Buchanan (American), Bill Clinton (Democratic), Dick Cheney (Republican)
1998 - 2001: Colin Powell (Independent)
2001 - 0000: David Duke (American)
2000 (with Ron Paul): Ted Turner (Democratic), George Pataki (Republican), Jesse Ventura (United)

George Lincoln Rockwell was wheeled up to the gallery resting behind the podium where in less than an hour David Duke was due to give his inaugural address. At 82 years old, Rockwell's body was frail but his mind still retained the faculties that brought him and his movement to national prominence. He thought back through the decades and reminded himself how quickly everything changed. Forty years ago he was addressing crowds of dozens and focused on doing anything he could draw outrage from civil rights activists and the mainstream press. Now he was seen by many as the kingmaker of the incoming President of the United States, a man who despite his age could throw his weight around in politics.

Rockwell thought back to Patler's bullet. That traitor had nearly killed him before he could take his movement off the ground. Before he stopped being the laughing stock of the American Right. Before Wallace was able to take advantage of the electoral chaos that came out of Johnson bugging Nixon's plane. Before Wallace could levy his 93 electors to become kingmaker, and potentially the power behind the Nixon administration before assassins got them both.

Rockwell thought back to Agnew and how malleable the corrupt fool was. The man had basically invented the modern culture war through his use of the bully pulpit. But Reagan made a better wartime leader anyway once that bribery stuff came out. Reagan's war in Panama was the gift that kept on giving. Nationalism and jingoism fed the bellies of a shrinking middle class and unlike during Vietnam the National Youth Association had the money and bodies ready to combat the liberals and hippies and protesters on college campuses. In the midst of a growing foreign policy nightmare, Reagan's team didn't care who they gave money too, whether they were Saddam Hussein fighting against revolutionary Iran or Don Black seeking to establish a forward base for far-right operations in the Western Hemisphere. Though the war would ultimately bring Reagan down, his replacement served as an even better vector to rile up potential supporters.

Jerry Brown's continuation of Reagan's laissez-faire economic policies strangled the Democratic Party's base of union laborers and the poor all while his strident social liberalism helped Rockwell's boys caricature him as an uncaring liberal technocrat who would readily put the interests of gays, blacks, women, and Jews over the interests of the 'average American.' Brown's time in office would lead to a Democratic Party that had sinking national popularity and whose rising stars were completely unable to defeat the old news that the Republicans offered. Americans could not look past the collapse of South Africa, the recent stock market crash, or Senator Hart's own personal indiscretions.

Haig was not Rockwell's first choice (and, in fact, he voted for Ron Paul's Libertarians in the general election) but he would do, despite his predilection towards social liberalism and trust of Hollywood movie stars. Haig's war on Saddam over the dust up with Kuwait in 1990 would lay the groundwork for his own death just a few years later and the modern 'War on Terror.' Haig's wartime leadership was praised but his peacetime leadership was bungled. The recession made him seem weak and out of touch and allowed Frank Zappa of all people to get over institutional disadvantages and glide into the White House.

But the 1992 election would be notable for other reasons, as well. Following David Duke's success in the 1991 Louisiana gubernatorial election, Pat Buchanan decided that the 1992 election would be the testing ground to a new purely rightward focused political party whose coffers were filled with cash from Caribbean casino money and the dwindling fortunes of ex-Apartheid figures. Buchanan's Party would find success as Haig fumbled and the Democrats collapsed following their nominee's admission to statutory rape.

Mid term victories throughout the 90s turned the new American Party into the second largest and soon the largest party in America's divided political ecosystem. Iraq's assassination of former President Haig in the opening months of Frank Zappa's presidency forced the hippie to take the country into war with Iraq. But there was a secret war brewing within the country. Right-wing extremists in the mountain west and rural south had established redoubts with money and guns from Don Black's regime in Dominica. Zappa's attempt to curb their influence amidst their outright rejection of government authority led to several flashpoints throughout the 90s which framed the federal government as oppressive and overreaching. Bo Gritz and Pat Robertson were able to propagate their ideas to tens of millions.

But Zappa would die to. He would be slain by Al-Qaeda in a bridge demolition in Manilla and his ailing successor hardly had time to appoint a successor - the nation's first black president - before keeling over from cancer. Colin Powell would invade Afghanistan and Sudan in short order. America could barely handle one foreign occupation let alone three. It should not have been much of a surprise that Powell's party would demolished in the 1998 midterms and that he would be forced out of any attempt at re-election.

But all of that was in the past now. The eight-year Louisiana Governor had taken the country by storm and when partnered with the new Governor of Texas made a formidable team that no one - not the socially liberal Democrats, not the centrist Republicans, and certainly not the poisoned United Party - could stop.

President-elect David Duke walked into view and the crowd roared. The crowd was made of people radicalized by Rockwell, or Willis Carto, or Louis Beam, or William Luther Pierce. At this point it didn't matter. What mattered was that the crowd wanted to see David Duke in the White House.

And a white house it would be.
 

Wolfram

a single, distant, very loud, yeehaw
Location
the Velvet Coffin, Texas
Pronouns
he/him
You could say the same about Bob Hawke,Bill Clinton,Ted Kennedy,Marion Barry,and Boris Johnson
Marion Barry did self-destruct, though. So did Kennedy arguably - he stayed in the Senate, but it’s not for no reason that the only time he ran for President was when he thought he had to for the sake of the Democratic Party. It’s too soon to tell with Johnson, and Clinton avoided self-destruction by the skin of his teeth on multiple occasions. And all of these people, I think, have a kind of charisma that lets people look past their tendencies in a way I’m not sure Prescott does.
 

Walpurgisnacht

Sequential woodcuttings
Location
Banned from the forum
Pronouns
He/Him
In an attempt to spare @theev a brain aneurysm, I've cobbled together a collaborative list from his test thread into something approaching coherence. Credit to AH.com's monkeys on typewriters, who have produced, once again, the works of Shakespeare.

Presidents of the United States

2021 - 2029: Joe Biden (Democratic)
def 2020: (with Kamala Harris) Donald Trump (Republican)
2021: Second American Civil War begins
def 2024:
(with Kamala Harris) Matt Gaetz (Patriot Republican), Bob Weld (New Republican)

2029 - 2037: Wendy Davis (Democratic)
def 2028: (with Jamaal Bowman) Michael Steele (New Republican), Madison Cawthorn (Patriot Republican)
2031: Second American Civil War officially ends; Federalist victory
def 2032:
(with Jamaal Bowman) Michael Steele (New Republican), unpledged (Patriot Movement)

2037 - 2041: Jeb Bush, Jr. (New Republican)
def 2036: (with Bill Cassidy) Jamaal Bowman (Democratic), unpledged (Patriot Movement)
2041 - 2047: Hunter Biden (Biden Democratic)
def 2040: (with Steve Marchand) Jeb Bush, Jr. (New Republican), Marquita Bradshaw ('Consensus' Democratic), unpledged (Patriot Movement)
def 2044: (with Alice Madden) Bill Cassidy (New Republican), Ben Heili ('Consensus' Democratic)

2047 - 2049: Hunter Biden (Progressive)
2049 - 2053: Peter Meijer (New Republican)
def 2048: (with Ricky Harrington) Teri Castillo ('Consensus' Democratic), Clyde Vanel (Progressive)
2053 - 2057: Sarah Robles Lima ('Consensus' Democratic)
def 2052: (with Lucy Feldman) Peter Meijer (New Republican), Clyde Vanel (Progressive)
2057 - 2061: Leo Sununu ('Consensus' Democratic)
def 2056: (with Kelsey Huelsman) Christopher Yang (Progressive), Will Galloway (New Republican)
2061 - 2069: Wesley Clark III (Progressive)
def 2060: (with Legacy Barrett) Kelsey Huelsman ('Consensus' Democratic), Liam DeSoto (New Republican)
def 2064: (with Zia Montiel Zamorano) Gary Shorette ('Consensus' Democratic), Wesley Clark III (New Republican)

2069 - 2076: Zia Montiel Zamorano* (New Frontier)
def 2068: (with Anson Chiesa) Paige Kreisman (Socialist Future Alliance), Jon Ossoff (Democratic)
def 2072: (with Anson Chiesa) Albert Chynoweth (Socialist Future)

2076 - 2081: Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2076: (with Lyman Hill) Dorie Moorefield (Socialist Future)
2081 - 2089: Michael Mendelson (Socialist Future)
def 2080: (with Levia Abramson) Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2084: (with Itrez Howell) Cersei Neela (New Frontier)

2089 - 2097: Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2088: (with Nao Nhia Fau) Itrez Howell (Socialist Future)
def 2092: (with Nao Nhia Fau) Tulip Biden (Socialist Future)

2097 - 2105: Franklin Delano Roosevelt VI (Socialist Future)
def 2096: (with Absinthe Hicks) Nao Nhia Fau (New Frontier)
def 2100: (with Farida Fayoumi) Truman Dowland (New Frontier)

2105 - 2110: Farida Fayoumi* (Socialist Future)
def 2104: (with Justin Nicula) Salvation-Through-Christ Phuong (New Frontier)
def 2108: (with Paulina Kotkin) Laura Rosen (New Frontier)

2110 - 2115: Paulina Kotkin (🏠⛪🏛🏞)
def 2112: (with Leon Grijalva) Arthur Blanchard (New Frontier), Yomit Shimshelewitz (United)
2115 - 2117: Paulina Kotkin (Center for a Proletarian Society)
def 2116: (with Isfet Ra) Arthur Blanchard (New Frontier)
2117 - 2129: Arthur Blanchard, Joanne Schwarzberg, and Cornelius Franklin (Government of National Unity)
2117: Third American Civil War begins
2122: Third American Civil War ends; Proletarian victory

2128: "Second Constitution" amendments ratified
2129 - 2138: Russell Meir Connelly (Party for Societal Reforms)
def 2129: Meir Fabian (🏠⚒💾), Akheko (New Black Star), Kim Gesick (Voteflux Progressive), Ibatsim Tao (Frontiersman Progressive), RETVRN (Q Regency)
def 2132: Le Sony'r (New Black Star), Meir Fabian (🏠⚒💾), Kim Gesick (Voteflux), Ozette Bosse (Quebec Libre)
def 2135: Le Sony'r (Get Off The Rock), Achala Uttam (🏠⚒💾), Cody Tinin (Voteflux)

2138 - 2145: Iyeza* (Get Off the Rock)
def 2138: Russel Meir Connelly (Party for Societal Reforms), Achala Uttam (🏠⚒💾), blank ballot (Voteflux)
def 2141: Thompson Whittaker (🏠⚒💾), Russel Meir Connelly (Party For Societal Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux), Alexis Boyer (Quebec Libre)
def 2144: Varcell Burnett (Party for Societal Reforms), Ana Paula Urena (🏠⚒💾 ), blank ballot (Voteflux)
2145: USSS Crispus Attucks Incident

2145 - 2153: Praise-God Huang (Party for Societal Reforms)
def 2147: Refilwe (Get Off the Rock), Ahmad Irelan (🏠⚒💾 ), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2150: Makhaya (Get Off the Rock), Yafit Beit (🏠⚒💾), Ndaweni (Space Is The Place For Our People), blank ballot (Voteflux America)

2153 - 2165: Ndaweni (Get Off the Rock--🏠⚒💾 fusion ticket)
def 2153: Praise-God Huang (Party for Social Reforms), Makhava (True Get Off The Rock), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2156: Reggie Calderero (Party for Social Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Rex Maddox (Rally of Frontierist Forces)
def 2159: Cesar del Pilar Suarez Haim (Party for Social Reforms), Rex Maddox (Rally of Frontierist Forces), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2162: Jaxon Connelly (Party for Social Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)

2165 - 2172: Jaime Antonio Fernandez de Salazar (⚒🚩)
def 2165: Ndaweni (Get Off the Rock), Tobin Shahar (Party for Social Reforms), Danae Chippingham (Frontierist Rally), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)
def 2168: Gazini (Get Off The Rock), Gullermina Abtao (Party for Social Reforms), Ford Camacho (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)
def 2171: Gazini (Get Off The Rock), Jo Pakula (Party for Social Reforms), Joel Kingsley (Voteflux America)
2172: Operation Samson

2172 - 2189: Yochanan Ben-David* (Israel Defense Front)
def 2174: Mylandra Tait (⚒🚩), Max Pharoah (Voteflux America), Duncan Luther/Nkosinathi (People for Justice)
2175: Activation of the 45th Amendment
def 2177: Jo Pakula (Party for Social Reforms), numerous blacklisted candidates
def 2180: cancelled
def 2183: no candidates
def 2186: cancelled

2189 - 2193: Adva Ben-Zohar (Reformist Israel Defense Front (de facto backed by ⚒ 🚩🏛, Voteflux America, and Climatic Emergency Corps))
def 2189: Lidar Ben-Netanel (Anti-Reformist Israel Defense Front (de facto backed by Get Off The Rock, US Military, and New Frontier))
2190: Repeal of "Second Constitution"

2193 - 2201: Hudson Lloyd (Idiocratic)
def 2193: (with Larry Kong) Adva Ben-Zohar (Israel Defense Front), Damian Gonzales (New Frontier)
def 2197: (with Larry Kong) A'lamar Surname (X Party), Terry Shapiro (New Frontier)

2201 - 2209: Simon Jacksonson (X Party)
def 2201: (with Vashanique Person) Larry Kong (Idiocratic), Edwin Polk (New Frontier)
def 2205: (with Vashanique Person) Hans V. Caramel (New Frontier), Habib Khaledi (Idiocratic)

2209 - 2215: Hans V. Caramel (New Frontier)
def 2209: (with Arnan Prag) Vashanique Person (X Party), Chaviv Sachar (Idiocratic), M1-4i058 (Artificial-American)
def 2213: (with Fear-The-Lord Madden) Oshrat Grois (Idiocratic), Damarko BrandingIron (X Party)

2215: Anti-Frontierist Putsch
2215 - 2224: Yaakov Mizrachi* (Israel Purification Front)
2216: Beginning of the Frontierist Insurgency
def 2217: (with Natanael Duzy) Yon Vilson (Idiocratic)
, M1-4i058 (Artificial-American), Damarko BrandingIron (X Party)
2218: Beginning of La Montee
2220: Emergency Powers Act

def 2221:
(with Natanael Duzy) M1-4i058 (⏏💡endorsed by Voteflux and Afrofuturists),
2224: Twilight's Last Gleaming

2224 - 2224: Marie-Josee Vallieres* (Québec Libre endorsed by ⏏💡and Voteflux)
2224 - 2231: Vacant (American Anarchy)
2231 - xxxx: United States officially dissolved

Astoria University Online
Module List
Language: English
Category: History
Subcategory: United States History

US2C1I. Listen Here, Jack: The Biden Consensus (2021-2047)
This module will cover the Second American Civil War, with focus on its uniquely decentralised nature and its roots in backlash to the dismantling of white supremacy. It will then go on to discuss the Biden administration's domestic policy, and the building of the "Biden Consensus" of capitalism sustained and tempered with regular state intervention, as well as the social-cultural changes in the United States over this period in the shift to majority-minority, and the political fallout from the postwar collapse of the Republicans.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, History of Labor, Infrastructure and Development, Racial History, Military History. This module is worth 25 CATS.

US2C2B. Hunter's Moon: The Era of Crappy Feelings (2047-2061)
This module will cover the fallout from the divisive presidency of Hunter Biden, and go on to discuss the political wrangling of the Era of Crappy Feelings. There will be a special focus on the nature of the media climate magnifying political divisions, as well as the increased political shifts from the slow death of the Republicans, the success of the Left's long march through the Democratic party, and the Progressives' shift from blunt personalism to a revitalised form of the Biden consensus.

Required for the following tracks: History of Labor, History of Capital, Media Studies, Political Theory. This module is worth 15 CATS.

US2C3S. To Begin the World Over Again: The Young American Era (2061-2108)
This module will cover the left-leaning political consensus of the Young American Era, in particular the increased struggle between labor and capital in both non-violent/electoral and violent/protesting forms. There will also be a focus on the racial-cultural aspects of the era, such as New Frontier's slow move from a minority-friendly business party towards a more traditional form of the American right, the relation between the second wave of multiculturalism and the ethnically-divided fusionism of Socialist Future, and the rise of political Judaism.

Required for the following tracks: History of Labor, Racial History, History of American Capital, Jewish History. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C4R. But On The Other Side, It Didn't Say Nothing: The War of Western Secession (2108-2128)
This module will cover our nation's war of independence from the United States, from its roots in increasing capitalist reaction towards leftist social programs and the fallout of the Fayoumi assassination, to the end of the military conflict and the Twin Cities Treaty. While the main focus will be on the PSA's front of the conflict, there will be material on other aspects of the war, such as the US invasion of Canada, and the other proxy conflicts between China and the Kolkata Pact that took place at this time.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, Military History, History of the Proletarian States, History of Labor, History of Quebec, Great Power Studies. This module is worth 35 CATS.

US2C5F. Rights Under Guard: The Chromed Age (2128-2141)
This module will cover the immediate post-3CW era in the United States, from the implementation of the Second Constitution to the official repeal of the Emergency Act. It will in particular focus on the nature and aims of the Second Constitution, and the ways in which the enforced capitalist-technocratic consensus was opposed by leftist groups, dissident nationalists, and the e-democratic movement. Finally, there will be an examination of the impacts of the war on society and culture, with the New Zion movement as a case study.

Required for the following tracks: History of Capital, Media Studies, History of the United States, Constitutional Law. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C6A. Think Cylindrically: The Stellar Consensus (2141-2172)
This module will cover American history over the course of the third wave of space exploration, and the political/philosophical underpinnings of America's embrace of the O'Neill Cylinder. A major theme will be the inner contradiction of political Afrofuturism, between the desire to burn down Earth to build a Black utopia "off the rock", and attempts to improve the life of the people on the rock. Major cultural and political events, such as the death of Iyeza with his cabinet in the crash of the Crispus Attucks, and the shift to a Jewish religious plurality, will also be covered.

Required for the following tracks: History of Space, Racial History, Afrofuturism, History of Labor, Jewish History. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C7J. And They Shall Run Before His Chariots: The IDF Junta (2172-2193)
This module will cover the ideological and political nature of the IDF junta's rule. It will discuss the ways in which the authorship of the Second Constitution to entrench capitalist power made a military coup inevitable, before going on to examine the ways in which General Ben-David's faith and force of personality altered the initial plan. The relationship between the new regime and Judaism will be a major topic, with grand gestures like officially mandating Mosaic Law and the invasion of the Levantine Republic contrasted against low measured support among Jews for the junta.

Required for the following tracks: Jewish History, History of the United States, Mosaic Law, History of the Middle East. This module is worth 25 CATS.

US2C8C. Sticks Leaning Together: The False Summer (2193-2215)
This module will cover the brief democratic period between the end of the Second Constitution and the collapse of the United States. The fetishisation of the pre-3CW United States during this era, and the way this was reflected in wider media, will be examined and contextualised by a wider sense of national inadequacy. The other major issues during this period--the AI rights movement, the independence of Armstrong, the Quebecois troubles, and the rise of radical Frontierism in reaction to decreasing Protestant power--will also be examined.

Required for the following tracks: Constitutional Law, AI Sociology, History of Space, Media Studies. This module is worth 15 CATS.

US2C9G. Morbid Symptoms: The End (2215-2231)
This module will cover the final collapse of the United States. Beginning with a discussion of how a failure to properly deal with the IDF era and the regrowth of radical Protestantism made the Anti-Frontierist Coup inevitable, it will then go on to examine the slow breakdown of civil society, with the simultaneous insurgencies in Quebec and across the Upper Plains overwhelming the Purification Front, leading up to the Battle of Pennsylvania Avenue and the comically brief reformist government. The chaotic warlord period and the official dissolution of the US by the exile government will also be covered, as will the slow process of building new states from the ashes of the old States.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, History of Quebec, Collapse Studies, Military History, Racial History, History of Labor, History of Cheapsake, History of the Nubian Confederacy, History of Charlotina, History of the Appalachian Free Zone, History of New Zion. This module is worth 30 CATS.
 

claybaskit

Well-known member
1968:Robert F.Kennedy Democratic Terry Sanford
Def: Richard Nixon Republican Spiro Agnew
1972: Def:Ronald Wilson Reagan Republican Charles Percy

1976: John V. Lindsey Republican Gerald Ford

Def :John Connoly Democratic John Glenn

President Kennedy number 37 pulls troops out of Vietnam.Narrowly wins relection.
1.president Johnson cursed the sky above him when New York senator Kennedys name was placed in nomination. Kennedy narrowly missed a assaigns bullet.Nixon would go down in history losing to two Kennedys. President Kennedy
Withdrawls troops from Veitnam wins relection by a narrow margin.

2. Worst president in history. Under president Lindsey economy tanks. Who ever the Democrats nominate in 1980 will most likely win in a landslide.
 
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1929-1931: Ramsay MacDonald (Labour)
1929 (Liberal Confidence & Supply) def: Stanley Baldwin (Conservative), David Lloyd-George (Liberal)
1931: Ramsay MacDonald (National Labour)
1931-1936: Stanley Baldwin (Conservative)

1931 (Coalition with Liberals) def: Arthur Henderson (Labour), Herbert Samuel (Liberal), Ramsay MacDonald (National Labour Organisation)
1936-1946: Tom Johnston (Labour, then Labour leading War Government)
1936 (Majority) def: Stanley Baldwin (Conservative), Leslie Hoare Belisha (Liberal), Kenneth Lindsay replacing Malcolm MacDonald (National Labour), Winston Churchill (Constitutionalist)
1940 Election Cancelled Due To War
1945 (Minority) def: Anthony Eden (Anti-Socialist Coupon; Conservative, Liberal, National Labour), Megan Lloyd-George (Radicals), Harry Politt (CPGB), Winston Churchill (Constitutionalist)

1946-1952: Anthony Eden (National)
1946 (Majority) def: Tom Johnston (Labour), Megan Lloyd-George (Radicals), Harry Pollitt (CPGB), Winston Churchill (Constitutionalist)
1950 (Majority) def: Philip Noel-Baker (Labour), Richard Acland (Radicals), Phil Pritain (CPGB), Winston Churchill (Constitutionalist)

1952-1953: Oliver Lyttelton (National)
1953-1959: Ronald Cartland (National)
1954 (Majority) def: Philip Noel-Baker (Labour), Richard Acland (Radicals), Duncan Sandys (Constitutionalist)
1959-: Ted Jolliffe (Labour)
1959 (Majority) def: John Profumo replacing Ronald Cartland (National), Honour Balfour (Radicals), Duncan Sandys (‘True’ Constitutionalist), A.K.Chesterton (‘Imperial’ Constitutionalist)

Ted Jolliffe’s journey from the son of Canadian Chinese Missionaries to Prime Minister of Great Britain is a long and storied one. The main cut and thrust of his political journey would start in Oxford where with his friend David Lewis, the pair would engage in numerous protests and direct action sorties with the Oxford Labour Club. It was the height of the Troublesome Thirties and protests & fights with Fascists and so called Constitutionalists would permeate Jolliffe’s final years at Oxford.

Whilst Lewis would head back to Canada and help guide the nascent Canadian Socialist Movement over there, Jolliffe would end up staying in Oxford, taking part in the highly toxic 1936 election standing for the Oxford University constituency and being beaten by independent A.P.Herbert. Despite it losing, Ted managed enamour himself with the big Labour intellectuals G.D.H.Cole and Harold Laski. Becoming firm comrades with some of the intellectual giants of Johnston’s ‘New Plan’ saw Jolliffe given a job in the new Operations Department which was handling much of the ‘New Plan’ projects from Dam building to the creation of Cooperative farms.

Plans to eventually retire from the Department were put on hold by the Second World War as he helped administrate the Home Front, in his free time he wrote a treatise on a Post War Socialist Britain called that became a rallying cry amongst the Left. Offered a Safe Labour Seat in the run up to the 45’ election many assumed he would given a prestige cabinet job which he was...in the Johnston Minority Government. With the Right and Centre having merged into the National Party (after the brief Anti-Socialist coupon) Labour were roundly trounced in the Spring of 46’ with Jolliffe losing his position as the President of the Board of Trade.

Labour would enter into the wilderness and the battle for the soul of the Labour Party would begin. Content to continue with writing and Shadow cabinet work, Jolliffe would stay out of the 47’ leadership contest in which the Centre candidate Philip Noel-Baker beat Nye Bevan and Herbert Morrison for the position.

The next 8 years were of Centrist rule by the National Government, as Eden would keep most of the projects that the Johnston Government had created, under new ‘impartial’ management before being followed by the awkward blip of Oliver Lyttleton (who’s attempt to introduce the Market yet again to British society went...poorly) before being replaced by the Red Tory Ronald Cartland who would achieve a landslide victory of 80 seats leading to Philip Noel-Baker’s resignation.

It was in the wake of this crushing defeat that Ted Jolliffe would thrust forward as the Left candidate as previous ideal candidate John Freeman lost his seat. Jolliffe ran against a weak field as Morrison was seen as a has been and Evan Durbin seen as too much of a policy wonk for his own good (the offer of a Shadow Chancellor’s position eventually caused Durbin to drop out).

Jolliffe would take to Labour leadership well, his ability to combine intellectual rigour with the ability of a firey barn storming speaker caused Labour climb once again in popularity with the party gaining the majorities in the Scottish and Welsh assemblies for the first time since there creation.

Even still, there was a feeling that as the 1959 election was called that Labour would maybe gain a minority government at best as Ronald Cartland’s popularity was still high and the Constitutionalist party having split in half meaning the Right vote was less divided.

Then Cartland’s Homosexuality was revealed when Robert Boothby was caught in the company of the Krays which lead to connections between the Krays underworld and some of the young bachelors that Cartland had been found with. An attempt to salvage the situation with John Profumo just made things worse, as he was caught in his own sexual scandal.

Jolliffe would raise above it all as the tabloids ripped into the National Government as he pitched his vision of a Socialists Britain to a public who lapped it up and elected a vision of clean government and Socialist values.
 

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In an attempt to spare @theev a brain aneurysm, I've cobbled together a collaborative list from his test thread into something approaching coherence. Credit to AH.com's monkeys on typewriters, who have produced, once again, the works of Shakespeare.

Presidents of the United States

2021 - 2029: Joe Biden (Democratic)
def 2020: (with Kamala Harris) Donald Trump (Republican)
2021: Second American Civil War begins
def 2024:
(with Kamala Harris) Matt Gaetz (Patriot Republican), Bob Weld (New Republican)

2029 - 2037: Wendy Davis (Democratic)
def 2028: (with Jamaal Bowman) Michael Steele (New Republican), Madison Cawthorn (Patriot Republican)
2031: Second American Civil War officially ends; Federalist victory
def 2032:
(with Jamaal Bowman) Michael Steele (New Republican), unpledged (Patriot Movement)

2037 - 2041: Jeb Bush, Jr. (New Republican)
def 2036: (with Bill Cassidy) Jamaal Bowman (Democratic), unpledged (Patriot Movement)
2041 - 2047: Hunter Biden (Biden Democratic)
def 2040: (with Steve Marchand) Jeb Bush, Jr. (New Republican), Marquita Bradshaw ('Consensus' Democratic), unpledged (Patriot Movement)
def 2044: (with Alice Madden) Bill Cassidy (New Republican), Ben Heili ('Consensus' Democratic)

2047 - 2049: Hunter Biden (Progressive)
2049 - 2053: Peter Meijer (New Republican)
def 2048: (with Ricky Harrington) Teri Castillo ('Consensus' Democratic), Clyde Vanel (Progressive)
2053 - 2057: Sarah Robles Lima ('Consensus' Democratic)
def 2052: (with Lucy Feldman) Peter Meijer (New Republican), Clyde Vanel (Progressive)
2057 - 2061: Leo Sununu ('Consensus' Democratic)
def 2056: (with Kelsey Huelsman) Christopher Yang (Progressive), Will Galloway (New Republican)
2061 - 2069: Wesley Clark III (Progressive)
def 2060: (with Legacy Barrett) Kelsey Huelsman ('Consensus' Democratic), Liam DeSoto (New Republican)
def 2064: (with Zia Montiel Zamorano) Gary Shorette ('Consensus' Democratic), Wesley Clark III (New Republican)

2069 - 2076: Zia Montiel Zamorano* (New Frontier)
def 2068: (with Anson Chiesa) Paige Kreisman (Socialist Future Alliance), Jon Ossoff (Democratic)
def 2072: (with Anson Chiesa) Albert Chynoweth (Socialist Future)

2076 - 2081: Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2076: (with Lyman Hill) Dorie Moorefield (Socialist Future)
2081 - 2089: Michael Mendelson (Socialist Future)
def 2080: (with Levia Abramson) Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2084: (with Itrez Howell) Cersei Neela (New Frontier)

2089 - 2097: Anson Chiesa (New Frontier)
def 2088: (with Nao Nhia Fau) Itrez Howell (Socialist Future)
def 2092: (with Nao Nhia Fau) Tulip Biden (Socialist Future)

2097 - 2105: Franklin Delano Roosevelt VI (Socialist Future)
def 2096: (with Absinthe Hicks) Nao Nhia Fau (New Frontier)
def 2100: (with Farida Fayoumi) Truman Dowland (New Frontier)

2105 - 2110: Farida Fayoumi* (Socialist Future)
def 2104: (with Justin Nicula) Salvation-Through-Christ Phuong (New Frontier)
def 2108: (with Paulina Kotkin) Laura Rosen (New Frontier)

2110 - 2115: Paulina Kotkin (🏠⛪🏛🏞)
def 2112: (with Leon Grijalva) Arthur Blanchard (New Frontier), Yomit Shimshelewitz (United)
2115 - 2117: Paulina Kotkin (Center for a Proletarian Society)
def 2116: (with Isfet Ra) Arthur Blanchard (New Frontier)
2117 - 2129: Arthur Blanchard, Joanne Schwarzberg, and Cornelius Franklin (Government of National Unity)
2117: Third American Civil War begins
2122: Third American Civil War ends; Proletarian victory

2128: "Second Constitution" amendments ratified
2129 - 2138: Russell Meir Connelly (Party for Societal Reforms)
def 2129: Meir Fabian (🏠⚒💾), Akheko (New Black Star), Kim Gesick (Voteflux Progressive), Ibatsim Tao (Frontiersman Progressive), RETVRN (Q Regency)
def 2132: Le Sony'r (New Black Star), Meir Fabian (🏠⚒💾), Kim Gesick (Voteflux), Ozette Bosse (Quebec Libre)
def 2135: Le Sony'r (Get Off The Rock), Achala Uttam (🏠⚒💾), Cody Tinin (Voteflux)

2138 - 2145: Iyeza* (Get Off the Rock)
def 2138: Russel Meir Connelly (Party for Societal Reforms), Achala Uttam (🏠⚒💾), blank ballot (Voteflux)
def 2141: Thompson Whittaker (🏠⚒💾), Russel Meir Connelly (Party For Societal Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux), Alexis Boyer (Quebec Libre)
def 2144: Varcell Burnett (Party for Societal Reforms), Ana Paula Urena (🏠⚒💾 ), blank ballot (Voteflux)
2145: USSS Crispus Attucks Incident

2145 - 2153: Praise-God Huang (Party for Societal Reforms)
def 2147: Refilwe (Get Off the Rock), Ahmad Irelan (🏠⚒💾 ), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2150: Makhaya (Get Off the Rock), Yafit Beit (🏠⚒💾), Ndaweni (Space Is The Place For Our People), blank ballot (Voteflux America)

2153 - 2165: Ndaweni (Get Off the Rock--🏠⚒💾 fusion ticket)
def 2153: Praise-God Huang (Party for Social Reforms), Makhava (True Get Off The Rock), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2156: Reggie Calderero (Party for Social Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Rex Maddox (Rally of Frontierist Forces)
def 2159: Cesar del Pilar Suarez Haim (Party for Social Reforms), Rex Maddox (Rally of Frontierist Forces), blank ballot (Voteflux America)
def 2162: Jaxon Connelly (Party for Social Reforms), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)

2165 - 2172: Jaime Antonio Fernandez de Salazar (⚒🚩)
def 2165: Ndaweni (Get Off the Rock), Tobin Shahar (Party for Social Reforms), Danae Chippingham (Frontierist Rally), blank ballot (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)
def 2168: Gazini (Get Off The Rock), Gullermina Abtao (Party for Social Reforms), Ford Camacho (Voteflux America), Choweke D3reks (Free Space)
def 2171: Gazini (Get Off The Rock), Jo Pakula (Party for Social Reforms), Joel Kingsley (Voteflux America)
2172: Operation Samson

2172 - 2189: Yochanan Ben-David* (Israel Defense Front)
def 2174: Mylandra Tait (⚒🚩), Max Pharoah (Voteflux America), Duncan Luther/Nkosinathi (People for Justice)
2175: Activation of the 45th Amendment
def 2177: Jo Pakula (Party for Social Reforms), numerous blacklisted candidates
def 2180: cancelled
def 2183: no candidates
def 2186: cancelled

2189 - 2193: Adva Ben-Zohar (Reformist Israel Defense Front (de facto backed by ⚒ 🚩🏛, Voteflux America, and Climatic Emergency Corps))
def 2189: Lidar Ben-Netanel (Anti-Reformist Israel Defense Front (de facto backed by Get Off The Rock, US Military, and New Frontier))
2190: Repeal of "Second Constitution"

2193 - 2201: Hudson Lloyd (Idiocratic)
def 2193: (with Larry Kong) Adva Ben-Zohar (Israel Defense Front), Damian Gonzales (New Frontier)
def 2197: (with Larry Kong) A'lamar Surname (X Party), Terry Shapiro (New Frontier)

2201 - 2209: Simon Jacksonson (X Party)
def 2201: (with Vashanique Person) Larry Kong (Idiocratic), Edwin Polk (New Frontier)
def 2205: (with Vashanique Person) Hans V. Caramel (New Frontier), Habib Khaledi (Idiocratic)

2209 - 2215: Hans V. Caramel (New Frontier)
def 2209: (with Arnan Prag) Vashanique Person (X Party), Chaviv Sachar (Idiocratic), M1-4i058 (Artificial-American)
def 2213: (with Fear-The-Lord Madden) Oshrat Grois (Idiocratic), Damarko BrandingIron (X Party)

2215: Anti-Frontierist Putsch
2215 - 2224: Yaakov Mizrachi* (Israel Purification Front)
2216: Beginning of the Frontierist Insurgency
def 2217: (with Natanael Duzy) Yon Vilson (Idiocratic)
, M1-4i058 (Artificial-American), Damarko BrandingIron (X Party)
2218: Beginning of La Montee
2220: Emergency Powers Act

def 2221:
(with Natanael Duzy) M1-4i058 (⏏💡endorsed by Voteflux and Afrofuturists),
2224: Twilight's Last Gleaming

2224 - 2224: Marie-Josee Vallieres* (Québec Libre endorsed by ⏏💡and Voteflux)
2224 - 2231: Vacant (American Anarchy)
2231 - xxxx: United States officially dissolved

Astoria University Online
Module List
Language: English
Category: History
Subcategory: United States History

US2C1I. Listen Here, Jack: The Biden Consensus (2021-2047)
This module will cover the Second American Civil War, with focus on its uniquely decentralised nature and its roots in backlash to the dismantling of white supremacy. It will then go on to discuss the Biden administration's domestic policy, and the building of the "Biden Consensus" of capitalism sustained and tempered with regular state intervention, as well as the social-cultural changes in the United States over this period in the shift to majority-minority, and the political fallout from the postwar collapse of the Republicans.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, History of Labor, Infrastructure and Development, Racial History, Military History. This module is worth 25 CATS.

US2C2B. Hunter's Moon: The Era of Crappy Feelings (2047-2061)
This module will cover the fallout from the divisive presidency of Hunter Biden, and go on to discuss the political wrangling of the Era of Crappy Feelings. There will be a special focus on the nature of the media climate magnifying political divisions, as well as the increased political shifts from the slow death of the Republicans, the success of the Left's long march through the Democratic party, and the Progressives' shift from blunt personalism to a revitalised form of the Biden consensus.

Required for the following tracks: History of Labor, History of Capital, Media Studies, Political Theory. This module is worth 15 CATS.

US2C3S. To Begin the World Over Again: The Young American Era (2061-2108)
This module will cover the left-leaning political consensus of the Young American Era, in particular the increased struggle between labor and capital in both non-violent/electoral and violent/protesting forms. There will also be a focus on the racial-cultural aspects of the era, such as New Frontier's slow move from a minority-friendly business party towards a more traditional form of the American right, the relation between the second wave of multiculturalism and the ethnically-divided fusionism of Socialist Future, and the rise of political Judaism.

Required for the following tracks: History of Labor, Racial History, History of American Capital, Jewish History. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C4R. But On The Other Side, It Didn't Say Nothing: The War of Western Secession (2108-2128)
This module will cover our nation's war of independence from the United States, from its roots in increasing capitalist reaction towards leftist social programs and the fallout of the Fayoumi assassination, to the end of the military conflict and the Twin Cities Treaty. While the main focus will be on the PSA's front of the conflict, there will be material on other aspects of the war, such as the US invasion of Canada, and the other proxy conflicts between China and the Kolkata Pact that took place at this time.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, Military History, History of the Proletarian States, History of Labor, History of Quebec, Great Power Studies. This module is worth 35 CATS.

US2C5F. Rights Under Guard: The Chromed Age (2128-2141)
This module will cover the immediate post-3CW era in the United States, from the implementation of the Second Constitution to the official repeal of the Emergency Act. It will in particular focus on the nature and aims of the Second Constitution, and the ways in which the enforced capitalist-technocratic consensus was opposed by leftist groups, dissident nationalists, and the e-democratic movement. Finally, there will be an examination of the impacts of the war on society and culture, with the New Zion movement as a case study.

Required for the following tracks: History of Capital, Media Studies, History of the United States, Constitutional Law. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C6A. Think Cylindrically: The Stellar Consensus (2141-2172)
This module will cover American history over the course of the third wave of space exploration, and the political/philosophical underpinnings of America's embrace of the O'Neill Cylinder. A major theme will be the inner contradiction of political Afrofuturism, between the desire to burn down Earth to build a Black utopia "off the rock", and attempts to improve the life of the people on the rock. Major cultural and political events, such as the death of Iyeza with his cabinet in the crash of the Crispus Attucks, and the shift to a Jewish religious plurality, will also be covered.

Required for the following tracks: History of Space, Racial History, Afrofuturism, History of Labor, Jewish History. This module is worth 20 CATS.

US2C7J. And They Shall Run Before His Chariots: The IDF Junta (2172-2193)
This module will cover the ideological and political nature of the IDF junta's rule. It will discuss the ways in which the authorship of the Second Constitution to entrench capitalist power made a military coup inevitable, before going on to examine the ways in which General Ben-David's faith and force of personality altered the initial plan. The relationship between the new regime and Judaism will be a major topic, with grand gestures like officially mandating Mosaic Law and the invasion of the Levantine Republic contrasted against low measured support among Jews for the junta.

Required for the following tracks: Jewish History, History of the United States, Mosaic Law, History of the Middle East. This module is worth 25 CATS.

US2C8C. Sticks Leaning Together: The False Summer (2193-2215)
This module will cover the brief democratic period between the end of the Second Constitution and the collapse of the United States. The fetishisation of the pre-3CW United States during this era, and the way this was reflected in wider media, will be examined and contextualised by a wider sense of national inadequacy. The other major issues during this period--the AI rights movement, the independence of Armstrong, the Quebecois troubles, and the rise of radical Frontierism in reaction to decreasing Protestant power--will also be examined.

Required for the following tracks: Constitutional Law, AI Sociology, History of Space, Media Studies. This module is worth 15 CATS.

US2C9G. Morbid Symptoms: The End (2215-2231)
This module will cover the final collapse of the United States. Beginning with a discussion of how a failure to properly deal with the IDF era and the regrowth of radical Protestantism made the Anti-Frontierist Coup inevitable, it will then go on to examine the slow breakdown of civil society, with the simultaneous insurgencies in Quebec and across the Upper Plains overwhelming the Purification Front, leading up to the Battle of Pennsylvania Avenue and the comically brief reformist government. The chaotic warlord period and the official dissolution of the US by the exile government will also be covered, as will the slow process of building new states from the ashes of the old States.

Required for the following tracks: History of the United States, History of Quebec, Collapse Studies, Military History, Racial History, History of Labor, History of Cheapsake, History of the Nubian Confederacy, History of Charlotina, History of the Appalachian Free Zone, History of New Zion. This module is worth 30 CATS.
This is pretty interesting and well done. I really wasn't expecting the sudden IDF Junta though. Did the IDF invade the USA then? I'm a little confused.
 

claybaskit

Well-known member
1964: John Fritzgerald Kennedy Democratic Terry Sanford
Def: Nelson Rockefeller Republican Charles Halleck
1968: Terry Sanford Democratic John Connoly
Def: George Romney Republican Spiro Agnew

1972: Barry Goldwater Republican Gil Petterson
1976:reelected
Def:
George Macgovern Democratic Elvis Presley
1980: Robert Francis Kennedy. Demicratic James Earl Carter

Def: Robert Dole Republican John Anderson
 
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