Well it would be more of the fact that the Republican Party created the Emancipation Proclamation, initiated Reconstruction and fought terrorist groups in the Redemption War.The way Murica1776 seems to be writing them seems to make the Blacks agree with White Southerners on social issues, especially in these last few, with similar opinions on Prohibition and Latin Dancing, so take that as you may...
The fact that the Republicans were the party of Lincoln didn't stop the Democrats IOTL, I don't see why it would be too much different ITTL, especially with this level of racial reconciliation...Well it would be more of the fact that the Republican Party created the Emancipation Proclamation, initiated Reconstruction and fought terrorist groups in the Redemption War.
If you don't pop off at least 100, it barely counts as a suicide attempt, much less the real deal."137 bullets in him"
ah yes, a common suicide
Nope, Yankee Doodle was stuck down in MexicoAm I missing something or was there no WWI Canadian theater this time ‘round?
I mean, there have always been Catholics in America. Maryland was meant to be the "Catholic Experiment" after all. Being Catholic isn't inherently seen as unamerican, its just that foreign-born Catholics are viewed as possible agents of the Papistry. Even in the 1900s, it is better to be a Catholic Christian than to not be a Christian at all.With Protestant missionaries heavily going into heavily Catholic areas and converting, has there been any attempt by the Catholic Church to counter it, either internally through reform or other ways? How are Catholics in the States viewing this and how are they treated thus far. Could one eventually be seen as American and yet still be Catholic, much less a follower of other faiths (or none at all)?