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  1. Jasen777

    Could there be peace between USA and CSA?

    It's possible, but not the most likely IMO.
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    Until Every Drop of Blood Is Paid: A More Radical American Civil War

    It's 113 miles (in a straight line) from Alexandria to Shreveport and that's after going down the Mississippi a good distance and back up the red river just to get to Alexandria. I'm not sure the schedule works for them to be back for Grant's offensive, especially as contraband seizing and...
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    Until Every Drop of Blood Is Paid: A More Radical American Civil War

    Not an expert but I don't know if a raid of Shreveport at this point is feasible logistically...
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    A New America - 10273 Congressional Districts

    Sorry, I missed where you said "DRA 2020 app".
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    A New America - 10273 Congressional Districts

    Ambitious. What do you use to determine PVI?
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    American southern states don’t make ‘clunk’ move of Civil War?

    I do wonder how things would have gone if someone hit the planter class over the head with a clue-by-four about what a civil war would mean. So they just did politics where they still had SCOTUS and the filibuster in the Senate, just how long they could have kept slavery.
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    Could've Vermin Supreme beat Obama in 2008?

    Yes, and it could take less for the financial crisis could hold off until December.
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    Could've Vermin Supreme beat Obama in 2008?

    A Vermin Supreme that could win a nomination is not the Vermin Supreme from history, so who knows?
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    1916 Olympics

    Most countries wouldn't come. It's be like the 1904 Olympics.
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    Open test of new board software

    I changed my password before trying the test forum (to prove I could remember my password). Had to use my old password to log in on the test board though.
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    Is the Myth of the Lost Cause a myth in of itself?

    The lost cause wasn't just about the war, it was about the traditional white supremacy in the South that through the war and reconstruction had temporarily lost, and which was regained in the aftermath. That is the cause isn't necessarily the Confederacy, it was the way of life that the...
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    US wins 1940 Olympics bid.

    Of course the U.S. held an Olympics in 1904 that few other countries attended. And there were they boycott in '80 which reduced the number of countries almost in half. They could certainly go through with it even if not many other countries can send people.
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    Effects on American Power if it remains in these borders?

    IDK. But the U.S. will likely be buying most of that oil, probably with U.S. companies, at the very least, helping to develop it. Trade with Asia will still be coming from California via rail. Is there less seen need for a canal without the U.S. on 2 oceans, or more, if they do want to...
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    Effects on American Power if it remains in these borders?

    Yep the U.S. is still going to be super well off, with one of the best breadbaskets in the world and a large part of the industrial potential of OTL. Worth noting that with 70% of OTL's economy the U.S. is still likely to be the world largest economy at some point in the 20th century.
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    Wank 1800s America

    1800s America already got wanked pretty good.
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    Was the rise of Europe inevitable?

    It wasn't, until it was.
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    How true is the notion that saints (especially Roman Catholic) are pagan Roman gods in disguise?

    Depending on who you ask, absolutely not or possibly a few.
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    Expanded Texas Settlement of Ex-Slaves In Texas

    I think settling ex-slaves in Texas is probably going to do more to attract unwanted attention from the USA than prevent it.
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