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the radical rooinist republic

CHAPTERS OF "BROWDER, LOVESTONE, AND AMERICANIST SOCIALISM", BY HARRY FOREMAN

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Foreword by Bill Browder and Acknowledgements

Ch. 1: The Origins of Americanist Socialism

1.1) Browder and Lovestone's Lives
1.2) American Understandings of Socialism in the 20th century
1.3) Roles of other figures

Ch. 2: Americanist Socialism: Ideology or Phenomenon?

2.1) Tenets of Americanist Socialism
2.2) Browder and the Racial Question
2.3) Southern Socialism?
2.4) Washington and other figures in the socialist consciousness

Ch. 3: Americanist Socialism from 1929 to 1950

3.1) Lovestone and Browder: Fair-Weather Friends?
3.2) DeLeonist opinions of Browder and Lovestone
3.3) "Reds going Yellow": Opposition to Americanism and inter-socialist splits
3.4) After the split: America's socialist future
3.5) Americanist Socialism in Liberia

Ch. 4: A Tarnished Legacy

4.1) Browder after the Splits
4.2) Lovestone's later life
4.3) Relevance of Americanist socialism in the modern day

Afterword

 
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Paul Long's regime in the 1970s continued these policies, and the ensuing military dictatorship further mobilised against the Chinese, who were thought of as socialist sympathisers. It was only following the end of the dictatorship in the 1980s that true progress was accomplished by these communities, and President Edouard Bordelon counted them amongst his most staunch supporters. Today, the Asian community still has much to be accomplished in order to achieve true equality, but things are much better than they were in the 1970s.
by the way this is a very loose and on-the-fly analogue to argentina

huey (hubert) is obviously peron

paul (earl) long is a much less sinister isabelita, though still quite bad

the military dictatorship is pretty self explanatory

edouard bordelon (edwin edwards) is nestor kirchner
 

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I bought Adobe Illustrator last year. Can somebody fill me up on how to make a map using it (or Inkscape)
 

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thinking of reading Afrika Reich to test my tolerance towards terrible althist africas
 
Dixie Russia, or the stupidest thing I've written this month

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AN ABSOLUTELY AWFUL IDEA I HAD: AKA DIXIE COMMUNISM

Emperors of the Imperial Realm of Columbia

Richard I (House of Lee) (1784 - 1792)

Henry I (House of Lee) (1792 - 1818)
Southern Interregnum (Family Wars)
Robert I (Lee-Richmond) (1832 - 1868)
Henry II (Lee-Richmond) (1868 - 1894) (under the regency of John Breckinridge)
Robert II (Lee-Richmond) (1894 - 1914)
Eleanor I (Lee-Habsburg) (1914 - 1915)
Augustine I (Lee-Habsburg) (1915 - 1916)


Presidents of the Columbian Republic

Woodrow Wilson (1916-1917) (Progressist Nationalist)

Presidents of the Union of Columbian Popular Republics


Samuel Faubus (1917 - 1926) (Workers')
Martin Sennet Conner (1926 - 1951) (Workers')
Henry Howell (1951 - 1958) (Workers')
Orval Faubus (1958 - 1981) (Workers')
William H. Webster (1981 - 1989) (Workers')
Ross Perot (1989 - 1991) (Workers')


Presidents of the Columbian Commonwealth

William Clinton (1991 - 2004) (Columbians United Together)
defeated Bill Browder (New Workers') and James Stockdale (Columbia's Future)
Gina Haspel (2004 - present) (Columbians United Together)



 

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just realised james stockdale is a yankee im going to cry and i think i might have to release an apology
 

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hi folks.

wanted to say the reason for my absence is

a) exams just ended
b) i have lil motivation to make ah, nor do i have any ideas

sorry for a lack of stuff
 
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