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  1. Mumby Smash the Squanderbugs

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    British PMs in SS&S

    1935-1945: National Government
    1945-1955: Post-War Labour
    1955-1963: Alien Invasions Emergency Government
    1963-2000: Soviet Puppet State
    2000-2005: Relocation to Mars and birth of United Commonwealth
    2005-2030s: New Commonwealth Communism

    1935-1937: Stanley Baldwin (National Government: Conservative-Liberal National-National Labour Coalition)

    1937-1940: Neville Chamberlain (National Government: Conservative-Liberal National-National Labour Coalition)
    1940-1945: E.F.L. Wood, 1st Earl of Halifax (National Government: Conservative-Liberal National-National Labour Coalition)

    1945-1954: Herbert Morrison (Labour)

    1954-1955: Nye Bevan (Labour)
    1955-1959: Nye Bevan (National Government: Labour-Conservative-Communist-Liberal Coalition)
    1959-1963: Jennie Lee (National Government: Labour-Conservative-Communist-Liberal Coalition)
    1963-1964: Tom Driberg (National Government: Labour-Conservative-Communist-Liberal Coalition)
    1964-1968: Tom Driberg (Popular Front: Labour-National Democratic-Progressive Democratic)
    1968-1976: Jimmy Deane (Popular Front: Labour-National Democratic-Progressive Democratic)
    1976-1990: Joan Maynard (Popular Front: Labour-National Democratic-Progressive Democratic)
    1990-2000: John Prescott (Popular Front: Labour-National Democratic-Progressive Democratic)
     
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    Republican Union
    Republican Left
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    PCE
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    CNT/FAI
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    Alfonsist
    Carlist
    Integralist
    Falange
    CEDA

    my blog
     
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    Item Maximum level Minimum level Rations (April 1945)
    Bacon and Ham 8 oz (227 g) 4 oz (113 g) 4 oz (113 g)
    Sugar 16 oz (454 g) 8 oz (227 g) 8 oz (227 g)
    Loose Tea 4 oz (113 g) 2 oz (57 g) 2 oz (57 g)
    Meat 1 s. 2d. 1s 1s. 2d.
    Cheese 8 oz (227 g) 1 oz (28 g) 2 oz (57 g)
    Vegetarians were allowed an extra 3 oz (85 g) cheese[29]
    Preserves 1 lb (0.45 kg) per month 8 oz (227 g) per month 2 lb (0.91 kg) marmalade
    2 lb (0.91 kg) marmalade or 1 lb (0.45 kg) preserve or 1 lb (0.45 kg) sugar
    Butter 8 oz (227 g) 2 oz (57 g) 2 oz (57 g)
    Margarine 12 oz (340 g) 4 oz (113 g) 4 oz (113 g)
    Lard 3 oz (85 g) 2 oz (57 g) 2 oz (57 g)
    Sweets 16 oz (454 g) per month 8 oz (227 g) per month 12 oz (340 g) per month

    Product Quantity Price (CUP)
    Rice 6 pounds (2.7 kg) 0.70 / lb
    Beans 20 ounces (570 g) 0.32 / lb
    White (refined) sugar 3 pounds (1.4 kg) 0.15 / lb
    Dark (unrefined) sugar 3 pounds (1.4 kg) 0.10 / lb
    Milk (only children under 7 years) 1 lt / day 0.25 / each
    Eggs (*) 12 0.15 each
    Potatoes/bananas 15 pounds (6.8 kg) 0.40 / lb
    (*) Only from September through December.
     
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    Item____________Maximum level
    Bacon and Ham____32 oz (908 g)
    Sugar ___________64 oz (1816 g)
    Loose Tea_________16 oz (454 g)
    Meat_______________4 s. 8d.
    Cheese___________32 oz (908 g)
    Vegetarians were allowed an extra 12 oz (340 g) cheese[29]
    Preserves_____1 lb (0.45 kg) per month
    _____________2 lb (0.91 kg) marmalade
    Butter____________32 oz (908 g)
    Margarine________48 oz (1360 g)
    Lard______________12 oz (340 g)
    Sweets_______16 oz (454 g) per month
     
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    1904-1908: Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican)
    1904 def. Alton B. Parker (Democratic)
    1908-1916: William H. Taft (Republican)
    1908 def. Alton B. Parker (Democratic)
    1912 def. William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)

    1916-1920: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic)
    1916 def. William H. Taft (Republican)
    1920-1928: Leonard Wood (Republican)
    1920 def. Woodrow Wilson (Democratic), Eugene V. Debs (Progressive-Socialist)
    1924 def. Upton Sinclair (Workers'), John W. Davis (Democratic)

    1928-1932: Herbert Hoover (Republican)
    1928 def. Upton Sinclair (Workers' Communist), John W. Davis (Democratic)
    1932-1933: Norman Thomas (Workers' Communist)
    1932 def. Huey Long (Democratic), Herbert Hoover (Republican)
    1933 (Feb)-1933 (Aug): Herbert Hoover (Republican led Military Junta)
    1933 (May)-1934: Upton Sinclair (Workers' Communist led Provisional Government)
    1934-: Upton Sinclair (Workers' Communist)
    1936 def. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Left Democrat), William F. Knox (Republican)
     
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    1865-1865: Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (Liberal)
    1865 (majority) def. Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (Conservative)
    1865-1866: John Russell, 1st Earl Russell (Liberal)
    1866-1867: Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (Conservative)
    1867-1868: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 10th Viscount Cranborne (Conservative-Adullamite Liberal Coalition)
    1868-1880: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative)

    1870 (coalition with Adullamite Liberals) def. William E. Gladstone (Liberal), Robert Lowe (Adullamite Liberal), Benjamin Disraeli (Reform)
    1876 (minority) def. Spencer Cavendish, 8th Marquess of Hartington (Liberal), Benjamin Disraeli (Reform)

    1878-1885: Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville (Liberal)
    1880 (coalition with Reformists) def. Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative), Charles Parnell (Home Rule), John Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland (Reform), Henry Broadhurst (Democratic Federation)
    1884 (minority coalition with Reformists, supply and confidence from Irish Parliamentary Party) def. Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative), Charles Parnell (Irish Parliamentary), William Morris (Democratic Federation), John Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland (Reform)

    1885-1889: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative)
    1885 (minority) def. Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville (Liberal), Charles Parnell (Irish Parliamentary), William Morris (Democratic Labour), Spencer Cavendish, 8th Marquess of Hartington (Radical Liberal), John Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland (Reform)
    1889-1891: Spencer Cavendish, 8th Marquess of Hartington (Progressive)
    1889 (coalition with Conservatives) def. Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative), Sir William V. Harcourt (Liberal), Charles Parnell (Irish Parliamentary), Keir Hardie (Democratic Labour)
    1891-1895: Spencer Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire (Progressive-Conservative Coalition)
    1895-1905: Cecil Rhodes (Liberal)

    1895 (coalition with Irish Parliamentary Party) def. Arthur Balfour (Conservative), Justin McCarthy (Irish Parliamentary), Spencer Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire (Progressive), Keir Hardie (Democratic Labour)
    1900 (majority) def. Joseph Chamberlain (Progressive-Conservative Alliance), Herbert Wells (Democratic Labour), William O'Brien (Irish Parliamentary), James Connolly (Irish Socialist Republican), David Lloyd George (Radical Progressive)

    1900-1902: Cecil Rhodes (Liberal leading War Government)
    1902-1905: Herbert Kitchener, 1st Viscount Kitchener (Independent leading War Government)
    1905-1906: Leonard Darwin (Progressive-Conservative Alliance-Liberal-Irish Parliamentary Coalition)
    1906-1907: George Lansbury (Democratic-Socialist-Progressive Alliance)

    1906 (majority) def. Sir Henry Morton Stanley (National Alliance), Herbert Gladstone (Independent Liberal), John Redmond (Irish Parliamentary)
    1906-1909: Sir Henry Morton Stanley (National Alliance leading Military Junta)
    1907-1910: Herbert Wells (United Workers' leading Provisional Government)
    1910-xxxx: Herbert Wells (United Workers')

    1910 (majority) def. Herbert Gladstone (Liberal), Leo Amery (Progressive), T. P. O'Connor (Christian Democrat)
     
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    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

    1916-1918: David Lloyd George (Liberal in Wartime Coalition with Conservatives and Labour)
    1918-1923: David Lloyd George (National Liberal)

    1918 (Coalition with 'National' Conservatives, National Democratic and Independent Nationals) def. Andrew Bonar Law ('National' Conservative), Eamon de Valera (Sinn Fein), William Adamson (Labour), Andrew Bonar Law ('Independent' Conservative), H.H. Asquith (Independent Liberal), George Nicoll Barnes (National Democratic)
    1923 (Coalition with National Conservatives) def. Austen Chamberlain (National Conservative), J.R. Clynes (Labour), Stanley Baldwin (Independent Conservative), H.H. Asquith (Independent Liberal)

    1923-1924: Samuel Hoare (National Conservative-Independent Conservative Minority Coalition)
    1924-1926: Samuel Hoare (National Conservative)

    1924 (Coalition with Independent Conservatives, Independent Liberals and National Liberals) def. J.R. Clynes (Labour), Stanley Baldwin (Independent Conservative), H.H. Asquith (Independent Liberal), David Lloyd George (National Liberal)
    1926-1926: Ernest Bevin (Labour minority)
    1926-1927: Winston Churchill (Confederation of Conservatives and Liberals, backed by Q Brigades)


    Commonwealth of Great Britain

    1927-1928: Ernest Bevin (Labour in Constitutional Convention Coalition with National Democrats, Independent Labour, Communists, Trade Unionists, Women's Party and Representatives of the Soviets and Communes)
    1928-1936: Ernest Bevin (Labour)

    1928 (Coalition with Independent Labour with confidence and supply from Trade Unions Delegation) def. Leo Amery (National Democratic), Johnny Campbell (Communist), John Maxton (Independent Labour), Sylvia Pankhurst (Women's), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
    1932 (Coalition with Independent Labour with confidence and supply from Trade Unions Delegation) def. Leo Amery (National Democratic), Johnny Campbell (Communist), John Maxton (Independent Labour), Sylvia Pankhurst (Women's), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]

    1936-1937: Stafford Cripps (Labour)
    1936 (Coalition with Women's and Independent Labour with confidence and supply from Trade Unions Delegation) def. Johnny Campbell (Communist), Leo Amery (National Democratic), Sylvia Pankhurst (Women's), John Maxton (Independent Labour), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
    1937-1944: Stafford Cripps (Labour in Wartime Coalition with Communists, National Democrats, Women's and Independent Labour)
    1944-1950: Stafford Cripps (Labour)

    1944 (Coalition with Women's and Independent Labour with confidence and supply from Trade Union and Soviet Delegations) def. Leo Amery (National Democratic), Sylvia Pankhurst (Women's), Rajani Palme Dutt (Communist), Bob Edwards (Independent Labour), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
    1948 (Coalition with Liberation with confidence and supply from Trade Union and Soviet Delegations) def. Oswald Mosley (National Democratic), Sylvia Pankhurst (Liberation), Rajani Palme Dutt (Communist), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]

    1950-1952: Denis Pritt (Labour in Coalition with Liberation and Communists with confidence and supply from Trade Union and Soviet Delegations)
    1952-1960: Oswald Mosley (National Democratic)

    1952 (Minority with confidence and supply from Trade Union Delegations) def. Patrick Moore (Anti-Soviet Labour), Noel Needham (Christian Labour), E.P. Thompson (Labour-Liberation), Denis Pritt (Labour-Communist), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
    1956 (Coalition with Christian Workers' with confidence and supply from Trade Union Delegations) def. Patrick Moore (Labour), George MacLeod (Christian Workers'), Dorothy Thompson (Liberation), Megan Lloyd George (New Liberal), Denis Pritt (Communist), E.P. Thompson (New Communist), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]

    1960-1968: George Brown (Labour)
    1960 (Coalition with Christian Workers' with confidence and supply from Trade Union Delegations) def. Oswald Mosley (National Democratic), Dorothy Thompson (Liberation), Peter Mahon (Christian Workers'), Gladwyn Jebb (New Liberal), Denis Pritt (Communist), [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
    1964 (Coalition with Liberation with confidence and supply from Trade Union Delegations) def. Reginald Maudling (National Democratic), Edith Summerskill (Liberation), Gladwyn Jebb (New Liberal), Peter Mahon (Christian Workers'), Mick McGahey (Communist),
    [Non-elected delegations from Trade Unions and Soviets]
     
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    We Will Make No Oaths

    1900s to 1910s War, and Split in Moderate Socialists
    1910s Socialist Republican Federation surge
    1920s to 1920s Conservative dominance and ideological realignment
    1920s Industrial crisis
    1920s to 1930s Resurgence of Liberal-Labour, emergence of Fabian Toryism.

    1886-1892: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative)
    1886 (Pact with Liberal Unionists) def. William Gladstone (Liberal), Charles Parnell (Irish Parliamentary Party), Spencer Cavendish, 8th Marquess of Hartington (Liberal Unionist)
    1892-1894: William Gladstone (Liberal)
    1892 (Minority with confidence and supply from Irish Parliamentary Party) def. Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative), Justin McCarthy (Irish Parliamentary Party), Spencer Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire (Liberal Unionist)
    1894-1895: Archibald Primrose, 3rd Earl of Rosebery (Liberal)
    1895-1902: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative)

    1895 (Pact with Liberal Unionists) def. Archibald Primrose, 3rd Earl of Rosebery (Liberal), Justin McCarthy (Irish Parliamentary Party), Joseph Chamberlain (Liberal Unionist), Thomas Burt (Liberal-Labour)
    1900 (Pact with Liberal Unionists) def. Henry Campbell-Bannerman (Liberal), John Redmond (Irish Parliamentary Party), Joseph Chamberlain (Liberal Unionist), Thomas Burt (Liberal-Labour)

    1902-1906: Arthur Balfour (Conservative)
    1906-1906: Henry Campbell-Bannerman (Liberal)

    1906 (Pact with Liberal-Labour) def. Arthur Balfour (Conservative and Liberal Unionist), John Redmond (Irish Parliamentary Party), Thomas Burt (Liberal-Labour), Robert Blatchford (Socialist Labour Federation)
    1906-1910: Archibald Primrose, 3rd Earl of Rosebery (Liberal)
    1910-1912: Arthur Balfour (Conservative and Liberal Unionist)

    1910 (Majority) def. Archibald Primrose, 3rd Earl of Rosebery (Liberal), John Redmond (Irish Parliamentary Party), Thomas Burt (Liberal-Labour), Jim Connell (Socialist Labour Federation)
    1912-1917: Arthur Balfour (Conservative and Liberal Unionist leading War Government with Liberals and Liberal-Labour)
    1917-1921: Arthur Balfour (Unionist)
    1921-1928: Winston Churchill (Unionist)
    1928-1933: Philip Snowden (Liberal)
     
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    1913-1917: Theodore Roosevelt / Hiram Johnson (Progressive)
    1912 def. Champ Clark / Thomas Marshall (Democratic), Eugene Debs / George Schwarz (Socialist), William Taft / Elihu Root (Republican)
    1917-1921: George Schwarz / Frank Bohn (Socialist)
    1916 def. Henry Ford / Henry D. Hatfield (Republican), Oscar Underwood / Eugene Foss (Democratic), Hiram Johnson / William Randolph Hearst (Progressive)
    1921-1925: Henry Cabot Lodge / Herbert Hoover (Republican)
    1920 def. Eugene Debs / Bill Haywood (Socialist), James K. Vardaman / Franklin Roosevelt (Democratic-Progressive 'American Peoples' Alliance'), Earl Cannon Lovingstone III / William Z. Foster (Independent Socialist)
    1925-1929: Upton Sinclair / Parley Christensen (Socialist)
    1924 def. Franklin Roosevelt / Henry F. Ashurst (Progressive-Democratic 'American Peoples' Alliance'), Charles Curtis / Frank Orren Lowden (Republican), Robert La Follette / William Borah (Progressive Reform)
     
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    1929-1933: Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1928 def. Al Smith / Joseph T. Robinson (Democratic)
    1933-1933: John Nance Garner / vacant (Democratic)
    1932 def. Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1933-1937: John Nance Garner / Henry Breckinridge (Democratic)
    1937-1941: John Nance Garner / Henry Breckinridge (Democratic)

    1936 def. William Borah / Alf Landon (Republican), Floyd B. Olsen / Burton K. Wheeler (Popular Front)
    1941-1945: Thomas Dewey / Harold Stassen (Republican)
    1940 def. Henry Breckinridge / Prentiss M. Brown (Democratic), Norman Thomas / William Lemke (Popular Front)
    1945-1949: Harry Truman / Alben Barkley (Democratic)
    1944 def. Thomas Dewey / Harold Stassen (Republican), Henrik Shipstead / Frank P. Zeidler (Popular Front)
    1949-1949: Alben Barkley / vacant (Democratic)
    1948 def. Robert A. Taft / Earl Warren (Republican), Strom Thurmond / Fielding L. Wright ('States Rights' Democratic), Henry A. Wallace / Glen H. Taylor (Popular Front)
    1949-1953: Alben Barkley / Fielding L. Wright (Democratic)
    1953-1956: Alben Barkley / Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)

    1952 def. Harold Stassen / Everett Dirksen (Republican), Fielding L. Wright / John Sparkman ('States Rights' Democratic), Robert Kerr / James E. Murray (Popular Front)
    1956-1957: Hubert Humphrey / vacant (Democratic)
    1957-1965: Earl Warren / Richard Nixon (Republican)

    1956 def. Hubert Humphrey / Albert Gore Sr. (Democratic), Robert Kerr / George McGovern (Popular Front), Happy Chandler / Douglas MacArthur ('States Rights' Democratic)
    1960 def. George Smathers / Wayne Morse (Democratic), George McGovern / Martin Luther King Jr. (Popular Front)
     
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    The 'O Brother Where Art Thou' Fantasy Setting

    1930s Great Depression dieselpunk aesthetic, with Ancient Greek magic and gods and stuff
     
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    @Cevolian just inspired me to do a little list for that New Wild West idea I've had trundling around my skull for ages.

    But its almost time for bed so this is going to be very skeletal and I'll make it all pretty tomorrow.

    1929-1933: Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1928 def. Al Smith / Joseph T. Robinson (Democratic)
    1933-1934: Huey Long [replacing Al Smith] / vacant [replacing Huey Long] (Democratic)
    1932 def. Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1934-1939: SECOND AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

    FASCISTS

    1934-1939: Hugh S. Johnson / Henry Ford (National Union --- Independent / 'National' Republican)

    CONSTITUTIONALISTS

    1934-1936: Huey Long / Smedley Butler (Constitutional Union --- Democratic / Independent 'Anti-Capitalist')
    1936-1937: Smedley Butler / vacant (Independent 'Anti-Capitalist)
    1937-1939: Smedley Butler / Robert M. La Follette Jr. (Constitutional Union --- Independent 'Anti-Capitalist / 'Progressive' Republican)
    1936 def. Henry S. Breckinridge / Alf Landon (Peace Coupon --- 'Peace' Democratic / 'Constitutional' Republican)

    1939-1940: Smedley Butler / Robert M. La Follette Jr. (Constitutional Union --- Independent 'Anti-Capitalist' / 'Progressive' Republican)
    1940-1941: Robert M. La Follette Jr. / vacant ('Progressive' Republican)
    1941-1949: Mark W. Clarke / Earl Long (Democratic)
    1940 def. Norman Thomas / Robert H. Merriman (Socialist), Robert M. La Follette Jr. / Wendell Willkie (Progressive), Alf Landon / John N. Garner (Constitutionalist), Charles Coughlin / Joe McWilliams (National)
    1944 def. disputed / disputed (Reform Coalition), various regional campaigns

    1949-1951: Earl Long / Rexford Tugwell (Democratic)
    1948 def. Earl Warren / Harold Stassen (Progressive), Norman Thomas / Glen H. Taylor (Socialist), Robert A. Taft / John W. Bricker (Republican)
    1951-1953: Rexford Tugwell / vacant (Democratic)
    1953-1957: Rexford Tugwell / Orson Welles (Democratic)
    1952 def. Harold Stassen / Leverett Saltonstall (Progressive), Douglas MacArthur / Richard Russell (Republican)
    1957-1961: Wayne Morse / Richard Nixon (Progressive)
    1956 def. Orson Welles / W. Averell Harriman (Democratic), Happy Chandler / John W. Bricker (Republican)
     
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    this is pretty awesome

    Hugh S. Johnson is not nearly as well-known as he should be.
     
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    The Dillinger Gang

    The Dillinger Gang was the name given to a crew of American Second Civil War-era bank robbers led by John Dillinger and included other famous gangsters of the period, such as Baby Face Nelson and Eric Blonde. The gang was noted for a successful string of bank robberies, using modern tools and tactics, in the Midwestern United States from September 1933 to June 1936. During the execution of these crimes, the gang killed dozens of men and wounded many more. During this period they also performed numerous escapes from jail.

    The gang ended when Dillinger was captured and offered a Presidential pardon in return for operating as a Special Agent against the Fascists. The Dillinger Gang's core group became the so-called Dillinger Unit tasked with particularly dangerous operations behind enemy lines. On the outbreak of war with the Axis, Dillinger was sent to cooperate with the British SOE in Europe. Dillinger went missing after parachuting into a warzone to aid the Maquis, and his evntual fate has never been determined.
     
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    1940-1943: Winston Churchill (Conservative leading National Government with Labour, Liberals and Liberal Nationals)
    1943-1952: Clement Attlee (Labour)
    1944 (National Government with 'National' Conservatives', 'National' Liberals, and 'National' Liberal Nationals) def. Kim MacKay (Common Wealth), Archibald Sinclair ('National' Liberals and 'Non-Coupon' Liberals), Anthony Eden ('National' Conservative), Frederick Marquis, 1st Earl of Woolton ('Independent' Conservative), Leslie Hore-Belisha ('National' Liberal National), Harry Pollitt (Communist), Ernest Brown ('Independent' Liberal National)
    1945 (Majority) def. Kim MacKay (Common Wealth), Archibald Sinclair and Leslie Hore-Belisha (Unified Liberal Caucus --- Liberals and National Liberals), Anthony Eden (Unionist), Harry Pollitt (Communist) Rab Butler and Ernest Brown (Independent Liberal-Conservative Coalition --- Independent Conservatives and Independent Liberals)
    1950 (Majority) def. Kim MacKay (Common Wealth), Leslie Hore-Belisha (Liberal), Anthony Eden (Unionist), Harry Pollitt (Communist)

    1952-1957: Herbert Morrison (Labour)
    1953 (Majority) def. Vernon Bartlett (Common Wealth), John Maclay (Liberal), Harold Macmillan (Unionist)
    1957-1963: Tom Driberg (Common Wealth)
    1957 (Majority) def. Herbert Morrison (Labour), James Henderson-Stewart (Liberal), Harold Macmillan (Unionist)
    1962 (Minority with Liberal confidence and supply) def. Jim Callaghan (Labour), Barbara Wootton (Liberal), Quintin Hogg (Unionist)

    1963-1967: Jim Callaghan (Labour)
    1963 (Majority) def. Tom Driberg (Common Wealth), Quintin Hogg (Unionist), Barbara Wootton (Liberal)
    1967-1972: Roy Jenkins (Common Wealth)
    1967 (Majority) def. Jim Callaghan (Labour), Quintin Hogg (Unionist), Keith Joseph (Liberal)
    1972-1981: Bob Mellish (Labour)
    1972 (Majority) def. Roy Jenkins (Common Wealth), Keith Joseph (Liberal), David Maxwell Fyfe (Unionist)
    1976 (Majority) def. Roy Hattersley (Common Wealth), Margaret Thatcher (Liberal), John Peyton (Unionist)

    1981-1986: Peter Shore (Labour)
    1981 (Majority) def. Roy Hattersley (Common Wealth), Arthur Seldon (Liberal), John Peyton (Unionist)
    1986-1997: Doug Bourn (Common Wealth)
    1986 (Majority) def. Peter Shore (Labour), Arthur Seldon (Liberal), James Molyneaux (Unionist)
    1990 (Majority) def. Tony Benn (Labour), John Major (Unionist), Norman Tebbit (Liberal)
    1995 (Majority) def. John Smith (Labour), John Major (Unionist), John Redwood (Liberal)

    1997-2000: Pauline Green (Common Wealth majority)
    2000-2010: John Prescott (Labour)
    2000 (Coalition with Unionists) def. Pauline Green (Common Wealth), Alan Howarth (Unionist), John Redwood (Liberal)
    2005 (Majority) def. Michael McGowan (Common Wealth), Nigel Farage (Liberal), Gregory Lauder-Frost (Independent Coalition), Alan Howarth (Unionist)

    2010-2016: Yvette Cooper (Labour)
    2010 (Majority) def. Tim Farron (Common Wealth), Andrew Hunter (Independent Coalition), Nigel Farage (Liberal), Ken Clarke (Unionist)
     
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    Vote No, Take Control

    1974-1976: Harold Wilson (Labour)
    1974 Feb (Minority) def. Ted Heath (Conservative), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
    1974 Oct (Majority) def. Ted Heath (Conservative), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)

    1976-1979: Jim Callaghan (Labour majority)
    1979-1984: Edward du Cann (Conservative)
    1979 (Majority) def. Jim Callaghan (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)
    1984-1990: Michael Foot (Labour)
    1984 (Majority) def. Edward du Cann (Conservative), David Steel (Liberal)
    1988 (Majority) def. Ian Gilmour (Conservative), Alan Beith and John Biffen (Liberal-Radical Reform Alliance)

    1990-1991: Eric Heffer (Labour majority)
    1991-1995: Ian Gilmour (Conservative)
    1991 (Majority) def. Eric Heffer (Labour), Alan Beith and Nigel Lawson (Liberal-Radical Reform Alliance)
    1995-2002: Michael Jack (Conservative)
    1995 (Majority) def. Robin Cook (Labour), Malcolm Bruce (Liberal Reform)
    1999 (Majority) def. Robin Cook (Labour), Malcolm Bruce (Liberal Reform)

    2002-2004: Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative)
    2004-2016: Charles Kennedy (Labour)
    2004 (Majority) def. Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative), Mark Oaten (Liberal Reform)
     
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  17. Mumby Smash the Squanderbugs

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    tfw u take a list u already done and take it in a different direction

    PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (FIRST REPUBLIC)

    1929-1933: Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1928 def. Al Smith / Joseph T. Robinson (Democratic)
    1933-1934: Huey Long [replacing Al Smith] / vacant [replacing Huey Long] (Democratic)
    1932 def. Herbert Hoover / Charles Curtis (Republican)
    1934-1939: SECOND AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

    ACTING PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF GENERAL AFFAIRS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (FASCISTS)

    1934-1939: Hugh S. Johnson / Henry Ford (National Union --- Independent / 'National' Republican)

    PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (CONSTITUTIONALISTS)

    1934-1936: Huey Long / Smedley Butler (Constitutional Union --- Democratic / Independent 'Anti-Capitalist')
    1936-1937: Smedley Butler / vacant (Independent 'Anti-Capitalist)
    1937-1939: Smedley Butler / Robert M. La Follette Jr. (Constitutional Union --- Independent 'Anti-Capitalist / 'Progressive' Republican)
    1936 def. Henry S. Breckinridge / Alf Landon (Peace Coupon --- 'Peace' Democratic / 'Constitutional' Republican)

    PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (FIRST REPUBLIC)

    1939-1940: Smedley Butler / Robert M. La Follette Jr. (Constitutional Union --- Independent 'Anti-Capitalist' / 'Progressive' Republican)
    1940-1941: Robert M. La Follette Jr. / vacant ('Progressive' Republican)
    1941-1949: Mark W. Clarke / Earl Long (Democratic)
    1940 def. Norman Thomas / Robert H. Merriman (Socialist), Robert M. La Follette Jr. / Wendell Willkie (Progressive), Alf Landon / John N. Garner (Constitutionalist), Charles Coughlin / Joe McWilliams (National)
    1944 def. disputed / disputed (Reform Coalition), various regional campaigns

    1949-1951: Earl Long / Rexford Tugwell (Democratic)
    1948 def. Earl Warren / Harold Stassen (Progressive), Norman Thomas / Glen H. Taylor (Socialist), Robert A. Taft / John W. Bricker (Republican)
    1951-1953: Rexford Tugwell / vacant (Democratic)
    1953-1957: Rexford Tugwell / Orson Welles (Democratic)
    1952 def. Harold Stassen / Leverett Saltonstall (Progressive), Douglas MacArthur / Richard Russell (Republican)

    PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (SECOND REPUBLIC)

    1957-1961: Rexford Tugwell / Joseph P. Kennedy / Adolf A. Berle (Democratic)
    1956 def. Richard Russell / Joe McCarthy / Raymond Moley (Originalist Coupon --- Republican / 'Originalist' Progressive), Harold Stassen / Edward John Thye / Harold L. Ickes (Official 'Newstates' Progressive), Robert Rice Reynolds / Jack Tenney / Joe McWilliams (National)
    1961-1965: Rexford Tugwell / Lyndon B. Johnson / Adolf A. Berle (Democratic)
    1966-1975: Lyndon B. Johnson / Sargent Shriver / Robert McNamara (Democratic)
    1965 def. Michael Harrington / Elmer Benson / A. Philip Randolph (Reform Coupon --- Socialist / Progressive), Noah M. Mason / Barry Goldwater / Jim Rhodes (Republican), George Lincoln Rockwell / J. B. Stoner / Francis E. Walter (National)
    1975-1984: Sargent Shriver / Ronald Reagan / Richard Nixon (Democratic)
    1974 def. John M. Ashbrook / Roger MacBride / William F. Buckley Jr. (Republican), Michael Harrington / Peter Camejo / Eugene McCarthy (Socialist Reform), Thomas J. Anderson / Irv Homer / Lester Maddox (National)
    1984-1993: Ronald Reagan / Joe Biden / Jeane Kirkpatrick (Democratic)
    1983 def. Steve Symms / Jack Kemp / George H. W. Bush (Republican), Larry McDonald / Bob Richards / Lyndon LaRouche (National), Jerry Brown / Michael Harrington / Ralph Nader (Socialist Reform)
     
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  18. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    HOW DOES IT WORK
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  19. Mumby Smash the Squanderbugs

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    liam welcome to the newstates of america

    there are two vice presidents

    one is deputy for general affairs, one is deputy for internal affairs
     
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  20. Mumby Smash the Squanderbugs

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