Goweegie2: I dont really make a lot of left-wing alt-hist scenarios.From my Führerreich TL
The 2018 Icelandic parliamentary election was held on 10 June 2018 to elect all 63 members of the Althing. Despite an increase in votes and seats for leftist parties, the incumbent centre-right government under Prime Minister Vagn Blöndal was reelected
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I never claimed I didn't, I only claimed I didn't *exclusively* make themGoweegie2: I dont really make a lot of left-wing alt-hist scenarios.
The right-wing coalition literally won that election but okAlso Goweegie2: *aight imma make another left wing alt hist scenario dont mind me*
I assume that here that rights are more open for people other than white men?Another update from A More Perfect Union: An Alternate History of the Land of the Free. This time, it's a bit more contemporary: this is the Election of 1912, the first election following the Stock Market Crash of 1909 and now in the midst of the Great Depression, and catalyst that sparked the Second American Civil War, better known as the Falcon Uprising:
Who's Manuela Schleswig? She looks a lot like Mona Levisohn. Is she real?2019 North German federal election
In October 2019, the Kingdom of North Germany elected all 544 members of the Reichstag. The Reichstag is election using Proportional Represent by state. The Rhineland Autonomous Republic could hold an election and send 105 members to Berlin, but instead to indicate their autonomy, the regional legislature sends 10 members (who are all independents) to the Reichstag.
Incumbent Chancellor Christian Wulff of the Centre Party and his government made up of a coalition of the Centre Party, the LDPN, and the 10 Rhineland independent members were defeated by the SPD led by Manuela Schwesig. Schwesig announced on October 5 that the SPD along with the Greens and the LDPN would join in a coalition to form a government with Schwesig as the chancellor.
Important issues for the election included the reviving ethnic tensions in the Balkans, the North Sea Trade and Customs Agreement, and the Bankruptcy Crisis in Silesia. Schwesig and the SPD also promised to hold a referendum for the monarchy should they form the government.
Here's what I said before:I assume that here that rights are more open for people other than white men?
This is America at the best it can be. Racism and sexism are mostly eradicated (largely due to a very successful Redemption [TTL's Reconstruction] following a far more radical Civil War), Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa have significant numbers of non-Redeemed (i.e. still racist/sexist) citizens, hence why the Democratic-Republican Party has two uber-racists on its ticket. (That's all the Dem.-Reps. are these days, a minor party focused on racism that got inflated due to rising tensions in the Election of 1912.)My timeline, A More Perfect Union, focuses on the United States basically being the best it can be and actually adhering to the ideals the Revolution put forth, namely, "all men are created equal." As such, slavery ends in the 1830s (the cotton gin is butterflied), the Civil War is fought and won over equal rights for people of all color, sex, and creed (following the Civil Rights Movement of the 1850s, led by Frederick Douglass, who later becomes president), and in the 1960s the Gay Rights Movement occurs in the midst of the counterculture movement (and other such happenings), with gay marriage being made legal across the US in the late 1960s.