Different immigration patterns with no American involvement in Europe, no cap in 1920 (covered in the other thread), rule is bout 200,000 persons to a congressional district. Population nationwide is about 140 million, and you can tell how much the voting patterns have changed since 1890 by looking at the vote totals. New York alone has about 16.6 million people, and 83 congressmen.And Nofix, I'm assuming different apportionment? Wyoming rule or something else?
It's just confusing! AM has Orange Democrats and Blue Republicans, while you have the exact opposite!I adopted it to delinate the Republican Party of Heidler and his having to fight the isolationists, to the internationalist Republican Party, which is now dominated by internationalist figures.
With Terran human groups (whites, blacks, Hispanics, Asians and to a slightly lesser degree, Native Americans), a lot of it is because they have a lot of the same socio-economic and cultural standing/privilege as white Americans do today--white Hispanics have largely been folded into the general white classification and I largely keep them separate in my own files for my own convenience. As such, they tend to be a bit richer and more educated, trending Republican. Except Southern blacks and Outer System blue-collar union members.I do like the unique take you have on future party demographic bases being different (as indeed they were different in the past) but in a plausible way.
Well, the United Kingdom no longer exists. After World War III, everything just kind of broke apart. Scotland and Wales both left, and Northern Ireland eventually did, and despite simmering and ongoing sectarian tensions, it integrated into Ireland on a federal level. Scotland has constant arguments with Australia who the true successor and inheritor of the old British Empire is. Scotland Wales do quite well for themselves, with Scotland leaning towards Scandinavia more and more. England itself is doing much better. It went through a a few very bad years after World War III and then the Deluge, but it's managed to recover and while it's become a stable parliamentary republic and liberal democracy, it still has a weak economy and ongoing corruption issues. But while England isn't great, it's certainly a hell of a lot better than the Continent.Can I ask what the state of England (and Yorkshire ) is in AJND?
I know the UK dissolved but just wondering what the state of the country (& Great Britain and Ireland) is.