Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Planita13, May 18, 2019.
TLDR: There are three big labor unions in the *USA, all of which are embroiled in massive corruption scandals. This, along with a bad economy, has caused a populist wave in 2016, though the relatively status-quo James Wallace still got elected. The anti-big three in *America are generally divided into two groups. The libertarian Moderates, lead by billionaire Henry Gates, want to regulate the big three more and privatize the industry they are unionized in. Meanwhile, the socialist Progressives, lead by Ben Sanders, want to break up the big three into a bunch of smaller unions with federal oversight over union elections. They don't want and privatizations. Since the economy is shit, both groups are expected to do good in 2020.
Ah, that makes sense
'Ah, that makes sense'
you know it's kinda rude to demand someone summarise something from a timeline you're too lazy to read :/
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