Here's 22 Chancellors of the American Alliance of States with this little background. Essentially the government opts to model the government slightly off of the british system with a prime minister being the head of state while the head of government would be wielded into a Chancellor. The Prime Minister is appointed for a Chancellor who is elected initially by the House of Nobility until 1830, when the House of Counties was also allowed to put forward candidates until the catastrophic election of 1814 which deadlocked it due to favorite sons blocking the needed 3/4ths of a majority.
This leads to a simpler way of having the threshold for election to the office of Chancellor be a simple plurality of the vote rather than an outright majority. The Prime Ministers usually serve at the pleasure of the Chancellor, with the Chancellor facing elections every 2 to 4 years depending on an amendment passed by any bill within the House of Counties, though this is always weeded out as an illegal modification to the Constitution by the House of Nobles.
I'm going to assume you mean Ernest King and MacArthur, so King was elected democratically, just with the backing of the us navy as a political force alongside it's military role. MacArthur, however, overthrew Landon in 1941 and ruled as a military dictator until his death in 1964, after which a counter coup was launched by Goldwater who established a democratic government.Is there some sorta military occupation?
I'm going to assume you mean Ernest King and MacArthur, so King was elected democratically, just with the backing of the us navy as a political force alongside it's military role. MacArthur, however, overthrew Landon in 1941 and ruled as a military dictator until his death in 1964, after which a counter coup was launched by Goldwater who established a democratic government.
In New Hampshire, they worked the government out by establishing eight city states, forty bishop cities (30 protestant and 10 catholic majority cities) and stipulated that the emperor had to be selected first by a narrow majority of half +1 of the bishop cities (11 protestant and 10 Catholic before being approved by the general public (landowners and business owners) New Hampshire was effectively it's own independent state, minus the taxes it paid to the american government.“Governor-General of Scotland”....“Elected Emperor of the New Hampshire Empire”.....“Anglophobic Alliance Association”?....“kaiser of Kansas”?!
I’m both fascinated and a little frightened
Since Princess Diana technically wasn't a member of the Royal Family outside of her marriage to Prince Charles, she'd have to give up calling herself the "Princess of Wales" now that she was remarried, probably-- particularly since she's marrying a Catholic dude, which was anathema until like... 2013.
After her divorce from Charles, she reverted back to being Diana Spencer, though she was still afforded some privileges that came with being a member of the Royal Family. If she went off and married John F. Kennedy, Jr. she'd likely have to renounce all those fancy things, particularly since she'd be living in the United States.
But as First Lady Diana Kennedy she'd have a bunch of other fancy privileges and things like that, and she wouldn't be looked down upon for being a social advocate.