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The American Antifascist Legion was founded after the takeover of the United States by the Silver Legion and the Ku Klux Klan in 1934 and the creation of the National American Republic.

Factions in the American Antifascist Legion
Left Opposition
Free Communist League
- Left-Communists. They want to establish a non-Marxist-Leninist Communist state in the United States.
American Red Army - Nationwide militia. Marxist-Leninist Communists. Want to establish a Communist Republic ala the USSR in the United States.
American Worker's Collective Army - Nationwide militia. Left-wing socialists to communists. Want to improve worker's rights in the United States after they help take it back.
Native American Resistance - Nationwide. A loose collective of Native Americans from across the United States defending their homes. They've been promised that by siding with the opposition, they'll be granted greater autonomy, reparations, and representation in government. They have doubts, but the government of the NAR would rather exterminate them so they'll take their chances.
Black Panthers - Nationwide. African American resistance to the government. Hoping to get more rights after the revolution.

Central to Right Opposition
Rough Riders
- Nationwide militia. Social Democrats+Democratic Socialists. Based around Teddy Roosevelt's 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry.
American Freedom Association - Nationwide militia. Led by former members of the US federal government. No real ideology other than restoring the Constitution of 1789.
Sons of Liberty/Minutemen - Nationwide militia. No real ideology other than restoring the Constitution of 1789.

The Opposition
Anarchist Collective
- Anarchists. You know. Really hate the state. Only technically on the side of the rebellion, they don't want any new state to come from this.

Regional Opposition
Green Mountain Boys
- New England Militia. Hiding out in Vermont the strongest. No real ideology other than restoring the Constitution of 1789.
Nauvoo Legion - Holding strong in the region around the state of Utah. Hopes to maybe gain a slight amount of autonomy out of their support.
Texan Republican Army - The Republic of Texas lives again! Wants an independent Texas out of this deal if possible.
Bear Flag Militia - The Californian Republic lives again! Just holding down the fort best they can in California. Aren't really thinking about after the war.
 
Political Parties of the Workers' Republic of America (Part 1 : A New Chapter Dawns!)

By all reasonable accounts, it should have been impossible for the Confederate States of America to win a war with the United States following its secession from the Union in 1861. It simply didn't have the industry, manpower or material to match its Northern counterpart. Throw in numerous slave revolts, a broken rail system with numerous conflicting gauges and a seeming lack of international support and you had the recipe for nothing less than a complete victory for the United States and if the Radical Republicans had their way, harsh conditions of surrender for the former Confederate states.

And yet that was not to be.

The United Kingdom had not forgotten the attempts by the United States to "liberate" British-held territories in what remained of British North America, nor did it forget the numerous skirmishes along the frontier of the Oregon Country before it was settled with a compromise to cut the territory across the 49th parallel. But all that paled in the face of the Trent Affair, when the United States illegally captured 2 Confederate diplomats from the RMS Trent. After months of fruitless negotiations and weeks of threats from both Washington and London, the British government ultimately decided to recognise the Confederacy as the legitimate government of the territory it controlled and that while it wouldn't be directly involved, it would be more than happy to assist in supplying and arming the Confederate military.

That, arguably, proved to be the turning point of the war. The Confederacy was able to break through Union blockade and largely held their own, even briefly occupying Washington DC before being repelled by Union troops. The war ended with the United States begrudgingly agreeing to recognise the sovereignty of the Confederacy as a free and independent state, with the ability to form its own domestic and foreign policy and to be recognised as a independent state. The Confederacy didn't win in a technical sense because it didn't gain any territory or treasure from the war, but they did win recognition, which President Jefferson Davis was more than happy to brag about, especially to any Northern dignitary that would listen.

However, independence for the Confederacy just proved to the start of its problems.

Industrialisation through the late-19th and early-20th century proved to be a slog with the the Confederate government getting little progress in incentivising its large land-holding gentry to move away from plantation slavery to industrial manufacturing. Even worse was that the new manufacturing plants were notoriously unsafe for their slave workforces. Why bother with workplace safety when you can just replace your unpaid workforce en masse? That only made slave revolts larger, more frequent and more organised. Taking a cue from organised labour movements in the United States and Western Europe, slave groups began forming underground unions to organise the slaves into a formidable force to be reckoned with. The slave movement and organised unions might have stayed largely underground, rejected even by the poor and rural whites who thought they had something to gain from the Confederate hierarchy if not for one thing.

The Great War. The Seminal Catastrophe. The waves of war hit North America as hard as it did in Europe with the Confederacy and United States once again locked in war. The differences now were even more staggering. The Union had grown much since their last war and was firmly seated as one of the Great Powers of the world, with the industrial might and armies to match Great Britain or the newly unified Germany. Meanwhile, the Confederacy had largely stagnated, it's economy still beholden to agrarian interests and those of the land-holding gentry. The war proved catastrophic for the Confederacy on all accounts. Whatever talk of states rights evaporated. The Confederate government assumed many of the same responsibilities as wartime governments elsewhere including in enforcing conscription, rationing of supplies necessary for the war effort and direct Confederate government involvement in manufacturing, which involved the whole scale transfer of ill-equipped, ill-trained slaves from agricultural to industrial manufacturing jobs. While this made the barons and landlords grumble (After all, they were promised a return to normalcy after the War, including hefty compensations by the Confederate and State governments), the slaves were furious, knowing the deadly conditions in most confederation industrial centres, this was practically a death sentence. However, with the ruling political and economic class blissfully unaware of their organising efforts, largely believing the Scientific Racism that defined their slaves as inherently docile automatons with little capability of higher-level thinking, the slaves were able to stockpile arms and munitions in hidden caches and to secretly train and prepare themselves for the greatest slave revolt yet. Clandestine operations were also being made to co-operate with those poor whites who had nothing left to gain from the Confederacy's racial hierarchy. The small farmer that had everything seized by the government for the war effort, families who had sent off their sons to die in the battlefields of the North, young soldiers and veterans demoralised and disgusted by the War, small time producers muscled out by the new factories and white workers who suffered with little pay and poor working conditions. These connections would prove vital for that day when the great slave revolution would strike.

That day came on the 10th of November. News of the October Revolution 3 days earlier had now trickled into the slave populace and that's when they decided that in tandem with the Russians, they too would have their own revolution. The slaves, joined by their allies began an orchestrated revolution across the entire country. Entire military units, sometimes led by their commanding officers, began mutinying en masse. The armies posted around Richmond, once protecting the Confederate ruling class now encircled it. Within months, the landed gentry and aristocracy of the Confederacy along with the entire rotten racial hierarchy was overthrown. Those who had owned slaves, land and capital that remained in the former Confederacy were mercilessly lynched, shot or put into forced labour. The rest fled, mainly to the United States, Canada or Central America. Anywhere to escape the reprisals back home.

In Atlanta, the proclamation of the Workers' Republic of America was made, greeted by great cheers and celebration from the crowd surrounding City Hall. All slaves were immediately emancipated and were to be properly compensated for the decades of unpaid labour that they had provided, using the proceeds from the seized properties and capitals of the now long gone barons and aristocrats. The old white-only political parties were likewise abolished, swept into the ash heap of history by a new political party, one that would open its doors to members of all ethnicities so long as they fought for socialism, democracy and the cause of the workers. That new party was the Workers' Party of America.

Workers' Party of America

Born from the union of organised slave groups, poverty advocacy groups, unions of free workers and farmers organisations, the Workers's Party of America is by and large the most dominant party in the fledgling Workers' Republic. Its guiding principles are that of Marx and Lenin, basing much of its organisational structure on that of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), including the implementation of Democratic Centralism and the adoption of Marxism-Leninism as the main party ideology. The main goals of the Party are currently to ensure that the living standards and standards of healthcare of the newly freed slaves, industrialisation of the economy and in building up long-neglected national infrastructure including realigning the railway gauges to standard gauge, electrifying the country and providing the basic necessities of life to all citizens while building up the country's defence capabilities to defend the gains of the Revolution. They advocate for a more centralised economy, with a greater role for the state over collectives and workers co-operatives while also pushing to spread the revolution to every corner of North America.

The Workers' Party holds 170 of 255 seats in the Popular Assembly

Revolutionary Farmers Party

Formed by those who were skeptical that the mainly urban Workers' Party could decently solve rural issues, the Revolutionary Farmers Party is based mainly in the agricultural heartland of the Workers' Republic, organised by former sharecroppers, plantation workers and agricultural slaves. They posit that a more decentralised form of planning, with the input from all factors of production and the protection of rural areas from undue burden and pressure is vital to ensure to truly achieve Socialism. The part supports more caring collectives and agricultural syndicates and opposes any attempt to forcibly collectivise agriculture, opting for a gentler, more voluntary approach. They're more skeptical of world revolution, hoping to build Socialism in the Workers' Republic before spreading it abroad. However, they also push for the Socialist reunification of the USA with the Workers' Republic.

The Revolutionary Farmers' Party holds 49 of 255 seats in the Popular Assembly

Alliance for the Liberation of Colored People

Formed by former slaves who thought that the Workers' Party talked too much and did too little to actually advance the material conditions, political literacy and social liberation of those who had been until very recently, literal property, the Alliance for the Liberation of Coloured People was established to represent all those who were enslaved by the Confederacy and fights for the interests of non-white (Mainly Black) peoples in the Workers' Republic. While it supports the Workers' Party on certain measures, it is vocal that more can and should be done to ensure that the stain of slavery is truly erased from the Workers' Republic and that radical measures must be taken to level the differences between black and white citizens as well as to ensure that reactionary thought on race is truly eradicated among the white populace.

The Alliance for the Liberation of Colored People holds 27 of 255 seats in the Popular Assembly

Independents

Individuals who were popular in their local area or had some form of national recognition were allowed to run in the Popular Assembly and a few did win. A motley crew of abolitionists, liberals and other political shades. They don't formally co-operate but they are on speaking terms, which is something.

There are currently 9 independents in the Popular Assembly
 
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Political Parties of the Workers' Republic of America (Part 1 : A New Chapter Dawns!)
Political Parties of the United States of America (Part 2 : We Must Put Up A Fight!)

Following the Revolution in the South, the United States has been watching the rebuilding of the Workers Republic warily. The damn Reds managed to beat them to a stalemate and now were rapid industrialising, rebuilding their shattered cities and worse yet, building up industry and a strong army. American intelligence services watched on as revolutionary governments following the lead of the Workers' Party seized power in Cuba and Hispianola while the Mexican Revolution overthrew the corrupt regime of Porfirio Diaz and installed a new government led by the new Revolutionary People's Party helmed by Emilio Zapata and Pancho Villa. With the spread of this revolutionary ideology seemingly unstoppable, the United States begrudgingly allied itself with the major European powers to halt its advance, both in the Americas and in Europe, where successful revolutions in now Soviet Russia, Spartacist Germany and Laborist Hungary created a new Revolutionary bloc in Eastern Europe. The United Kingdom, France and the United States established the Concord of Democracies as an alternative to the Soviet-led Workers' International and to defend the interests of her new allies, especially as Revolutions inspired, and increasingly supplied and armed, by the new Revolutionary powers have begun erupting in European colonial possessions. It seems that the Terrible Twenties will be an era of unmatched upheaval and revolt throughout the globe.

Domestically, the United States was relatively at peace. Following the War of Southern Secession, the Republican Party emerged as the Natural Governing Party of the country. Tainted by its association with the South and it's secession, the Democratic Party slowly but surely lost much of its support, becoming an increasingly ineffectual opposition to the Republican Party machinery. What remained of its machinery in urban areas like Chicago and New York split themselves off to become powerful municipal political parties that continue to dominate local politics to this day, aligning themselves with whichever political faction is more powerful or opportune. Regional parties such as the Populist Party proved to be able to hold their own against the Republican juggernaut in their strongholds but were unable to provide a truly national opposition. Between 1868 and 1928, the Republicans held the Presidency for 46 out of 60 years, with the only candidate successfully winning 2 consecutive terms being the Populist's William Jennings Bryan (P-NE) who won following the devastating Panic of 1896-1897 and as voters were desperate for a change in government voted for the most viable opposition and even then, the Republicans held solid majorities in Congress throughout his Presidency. However, following the conclusion of the 1928 General Election, it seemed that the Republican Party was once again unquestionably dominant. Outside of New England, where a few states were won by the new upstart Progressive Party and the Great Plains which were the domain of the Populist Party, the Republicans swept virtually every state and secured a supermajority in both houses of Congress. It seemed that the Republican Party's complete dominance of American political life would carry on unabated and uninterrupted.

Or at least that was the assumption most made. Before the Crash.

The Stock Market Crash of 1929 put an end to the rapid economic growth and prosperity of the Roaring Twenties and brought forth a nightmare of soaring unemployment, a sharp decline in the economy and reductions in wages, especially for the working class. Shuttered factories, closed businesses and a drought ravaging the Great Plains contributed to a huge spike in poverty and as the homeless population surged, many built ramshackle housing with whatever materials they had on had. These materials could barely stand up to the elements and as an especially harsh winter swept the Northeast and Great Lakes, thousands froze to death, lacking any form of heating or warmth. The generally pro-business Republican administration refused to do more than token programs to address the quickly deteriorating economy, insisting that the market would eventually self-correct and that further government action would only make the situation worse. A general loathing of deficits had led the government to launch targeted public works and relief programs. An attempt to raise tariffs to encourage domestic industry served only to anger American allies abroad, who retaliated with tariff hikes of their own, constricting global trade and worsening the effects of the Depression worldwide. The Republicans were rewarded for this course of action with huge losses in the 1930 Midterms. A loose coalition of Socialists, Progressives and Populists, banding together under the umbrella of the Progressive Alliance, had won 153 out of 325 seats in the House and 10 of 28 Senate races, bringing their total number in the Senate to 35, along with governor's races up and down the country that were once Republican strongholds just 4 years ago. Whispers and rumours abound that this is the probably the only chance of unseating the Republican Party for a long while and that the people should take the chance to do just that. The Conventions of both parties seemed to reflect this, with the Republican Convention in Philadelphia being a somber affair with the Republican candidate reaffirming their commitment to markets, good governance and smart, swift action to tackle this Depression without hurting the American pocketbook. Meanwhile, the Progressive Convention in Detroit was damn near a celebration of what they felt was their inevitable victory in the upcoming election and a change to rewrite the course of American politics. The three parties agreed on nominating the Socialist Party's Norman Thomas, a Presbyterian minister and Christian socialist who had recently won his race for re-election to New York's 6th Congressional District, as their candidate for the Presidency. Now as the nation gears up for the 1932 General Election, the people must decide on who they should elect to the highest office in the land. Would it be Charles Curtis and the continued stability of another term for the Republicans or would they choose change with New York Congressman Norman Thomas of the Socialist Party running under the Progressive Alliance?

Of course, domestic political observers weren't the only ones interested in how the polls of 1932 would turn out. Observers in Atlanta were keeping a close eye too. A change in government could result in an administration that was friendlier, or if they were really lucky, even sympathetic to the cause of the Workers' Party. The WPA had branches in the North, of course, but they had to operate largely underground, with many members also being card-carrying Socialists in hopes of pushing the party to a more revolutionary direction.

As the American people cast their ballots in the most competitive General Election in decades and soon after, with the counting of the vote, the nation hold it's breath at what could be the greatest political upset in contemporary American political history.

Republican Party

The long dominant party of the United States since the conclusion of the Civil War, the Republican Party is a broad ideological and regional tent, holding on to power through a balance of fiscally responsible policies, moderation on social and racial issues and tweaking policies with changes in public opinion. With a coalition stretching from middle class voters in the suburbs of major cities The Grand Old Party has been unchallenged since the end of the Great War since it presided over a period of peace and prosperity since the end of the Great War, it seemed that they were going to cruise to another easy victory. The Great Depression has but a wrench in their plans and it seems that the party's popularity has evaporated since the economy collapsed

Progressive Alliance

A rag-tag group of progressives, populists and socialists who all agree on one thing: Taking down the Republican Party. Ever since their narrow defeat in the last midterms, the Progressives have felt that now is their time to take the White House and gain their well-deserved majority in both houses of Congress. The Alliance is running on a unified platform of increased aid to the farmers, protection of workers rights and benefits and increased state intervention through public works programs and new infrastructure construction. They represent the first truly national opposition to the Republican Party in decades

The Alliance is made up of 3 main parties which are the Populist, Progressive and Socialist parties

Populist Party

The Populist Party promotes itself as the true voice of the farmers and of rural America. They support increased aid for farmers, increased federal spending on rural infrastructure and more democratic control of land. Their ideology can be broadly described as Christian agrarian socialism and they are most popular in the rural, agrarian states such as Nebraska and Kansas.

Progressive Party

After the Progressive wing of the Republican Party lost out to the dominant conservative pro-business faction, they split to form the Progressive Party. Aiming to find a suitable middle ground between reckless lawless capitalism and full-socialism, the party backs new social welfare programs, urban infrastructure programs and regulations on finance and the titans of industry. They're strongest in the Northeast and the West Coast

Socialist Party of America

The party of the worker. The Socialist party fights for workers rights, increased power of the workers unions, democratic workers control of the economy, state investment in vital infrastructure and social programs as well as a democratic transition to Socialism. They distinguish themselves as a more democratic alternative to the more revolutionary Workers' Party. They're the strongest Socialist Party and are strongest in the Midwest and Appalachia as well as in major cities and industrial centres

National People's Party

A self-described Patriotic party, the National People's Party declares that it is by, of and for patriots. It decries what it sees as Bolsheviks in the Progressive Alliance and weak liberals in the Republican Party, arguing that they alone can save American and implement a system that adheres to traditional beliefs while upholding the rule of law and public order.

Workers' Party of America

The Northern branch of the Workers' Party that currently governs the Workers' Republic of America. The party promotes a revolutionary path to Socialism and espouses the doctrine of Marxism-Leninism, full liberation for all oppressed and exploited groups and workers seizing control from the bosses and landlords. Right now, they are working underground as a result of legal restrictions placed on the party by the current authorities. Their main strongholds are in the cities of the Rust Belt and in major metropolitan centres. They have also begun infiltrating most unions, agitation for more direct and revolutionary action as well as Socialist Party. Rumours abound that a good number of the current Central Committee of the Socialist Party are card-carrying members of the Workers' Party.
 
Political Parties in the Republic of Duopotamia

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Labor Party
Social democracy, democratic socialism, led by Amy Klobuchar

Republican Party
Conservatism, economic conservatism, led by Terry Brandstad

Liberal Party
Paleoliberalism, economic liberalism, led by Chet Culver

Libertarian Party
Economic conservatism, social liberalism, led by Jake Porter

First Nations Party
Sioux autonomy, minority rights, led by Faith Spotted Eagle

National Party
Far-right, white supremacy, led by Steve King

Psychosocial Democratic Party
Satire politics, centrism, led by Corey Taylor
 
Political Parties in the Republic of Vermont:

Conservative Party

Conservatism
Populism
Nationalism
Vermont First!-ism

Everymans Party
Communardism
Anti-Capitalism
Anti-Consumerism
Lewism
Equalism
Engelism


Catholic and Irish Rights Party

Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism
Christian Populism
Christian Democracy
Fitzism

Independent Party
Centrism
Minor Statocratism
 
Federal political parties of the Dominion of Canada:

Unionist
Formed from the merger of the Liberal and Progressive Conservative parties during WWII. Despite not existing at the provincial level (outside of the West Indies and Mackenzie) it remains dominant, verging on hegemonic. While it has been forced to form minority governments and coalition governments it has not once lost its grip on government since its establishment. It is often observed that Canada's real political direction is determined by party leadership races rather than by actual elections.
Positions:
-Big Tent
-Empire Loyalism
-Christian Democracy
-Federalism
-Red Toryism
-Bilingualism
-Personalism (historical)

Position: Right-Centre Left

New Commonwealth
Formed when left-leaning former Liberals defected from the Unionists to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.
Positions:
-Social Democracy
-Social Liberalism
-Democratic Socialism (historical)
-Agrarianism (historical)
Position: Left

Social Conservative
Formed when former PCs defected from the Unionists to the Social Credit Party. Fortunately they had a moderating influence that lead the far right party into Canada's Overton Window. They have a potent alliance with the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation.
Positions:
-Social Conservatism
-Economic Liberalism
-Anti-Taxation
-Anti-Immigration
-Anti-Equalization Payments
-Anti-Semitism (historical)
-Anti-Voodoo (historical)
-Social Credit Theory (historical)
Position: Right-Far Right

Carib
A West Indian regionalist party, which has the unenviable (yet self-inflicted) tasks of advocating both greater autonomy within Canada and greater economic support from Ottawa.
-Creole Language Rights
-Jamaican Separatism (historical)
-Pro-Equalization Payments
-Empire Loyalism
-Confederalism
Position: Centre
 
Political Parties in the Republic of Vermont:

Conservative Party

Conservatism
Populism
Nationalism
Vermont First!-ism

Everymans Party
Communardism
Anti-Capitalism
Anti-Consumerism
Lewism
Equalism
Engelism


Catholic and Irish Rights Party

Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism
Christian Populism
Christian Democracy
Fitzism

Independent Party
Centrism
Minor Statocratism
Political Parties in the the United States of America:

Jacksonian Party:
Southern Populism
Conservatism


Consumer Party:
Ultra-Capitalism
Anti-Agrarianism
Conservatism
Anti-Lewism


Liberal Coalition:
Liberal Party:
Classical Liberalism
Anti-Lewism
Anti-Engelism

Republican Party:
Classical Liberalism
Christian Democracy

Farmers League:
Agrarian Populism

Working-Mans Party:
Engelism
Parsonism
Anti-Consumerism

Anti-Liberalism

American Independent Party:
Ultra Statocratism
 
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Political Parties in the Irish Republic:


Liberal-Democratic Party:
Christofascism
Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism

Stratocracy

Irish Republican Concordat:
National Syndicalism
Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism
Statocracy


Irish Black Front:
Strasserism
Irish Nationalism
Anti-Christofascism

Economic Anti-Semitism

Irish Solidarity Bloc [Banned]:
Classical Liberalism
Libertarianism
Capitalism
Consumerism

Individualism

Alliance for the Liberation of the Irish Worker [Banned]:
Communism
Social Populism
Radicalism
Trotskyism


Coalition for Protestant Liberation [Banned]:
Christofascism
Northern Irish Nationalism
Protestant Nationalism
Unionism


Farmers League [Banned]:
Agrarianism
Populism
Libertarianism
Irish Nationalism
 
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ACTING THE MAGGOT PART 1:
Political Parties in the Irish Republic:


Liberal-Democratic Party:
Christofascism
Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism

Stratocracy

Irish Republican Concordat:
National Syndicalism
Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism
Statocracy


Irish Black Front:
Strasserism
Irish Nationalism
Anti-Christofascism

Economic Anti-Semitism

Irish Solidarity Bloc [Banned]:
Classical Liberalism
Libertarianism
Capitalism
Consumerism

Individualism

Alliance for the Liberation of the Irish Worker [Banned]:
Communism
Social Populism
Radicalism
Trotskyism


Coalition for Protestant Liberation [Banned]:
Christofascism
Northern Irish Nationalism
Protestant Nationalism
Unionism


Farmers League [Banned]:
Agrarianism
Populism
Libertarianism
Irish Nationalism
What happened to Irish politics to take such a dark turn?
 
ACTING THE MAGGOT Part 2: The British Isles

Political Parties in the Scottish Commonwealth:

Scottish Democratic Party:

Classical Liberalism
Christian Populism
Conservatism
Anti-Fascism

Scottish Labour Party:
Anti-Fascism
Socialism
Social Populism

Soldiers Party:
Stratocracy
Populism
Conservatism
Scottish Nationalism

Presbyterian Liberty Alliance:
Christian Democracy
Christian Populism
Liberalism
Progressivism


Scottish Populist Party:
Populism
Agrarianism
Individualism


Protestant Alliance for the Betterment of Scotland:
Christofascism
Scottish Nationalism
Protestant Nationalism

Liberation for the Catholic Minority [Banned]:
Christofascism
National Syndicalism
Catholic Nationalism
Strasserism

Political Parties in the Peoples Republic of Wales:

Communard Concord:
Union for the Welsh Farmer:
Agrarian Socialism
Social Populism

Christian Communard Alliance:
Christian Communism
Anti-Fascism

Welsh Labour Party:
Anti-Fascism
Socialism
Social Populism
Unity Between Communards:
Agrarian Socialism
Social Populism

Anti-Fascism
Socialism

Welsh Liberty Group:
Libertarian Socialism
Social Populism
Anti-Fascism
Agrarian Socialism

Liberal-Democratic Party [Banned]:
Christofascism
Irish Nationalism
Catholic Nationalism
Statocracy


Political Parties in the English Kingdom:

Loyal Only to the Monarchy! Party:
Royalism
Monarchism
English Nationalism
Reactionary Modernism
Economic Racism

Puritan Constitutional Party:
Christian Democracy
Constitutional Monarchism
Minor Republicanism
Civilism

Republicans for the Liberation From the Monarchy [Banned]:
Republicanism
Radicalism
Social Populism
Constitutionalism

English Legion [Banned]:
National Syndicalism
English Nationalism
Economic Anti-Semitism
Christofascism

Zion Freedom Coalition [Banned]:
Labour Zionism
Radicalism
Republicanism
Social Populism

Next up... The USA!
 
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Republic of Antipodea Political Parties:

Background: Pretty much a French Australia (the entire continent) + The Island of New Guinea + Timor, population of around 38 million (largest cities being otl Rockhampton (Rocheville), Fremantle (Moreau), Port Moresby (Port Nicholas), Sydney (Philippe , Melbourne and Adelaide

Political Parties:

Major Parties:

Parti Socialiste (PS) -
(Centre-Left to Left-Wing) - Democratic Socialism, Social Democracy, Grassroots Democracy, E-Democracy, Left-Wing Populism, Trade Unionism

La République Populaire (RP) (Centre) - Neo-Liberalism, Social Liberalism, Economic Liberalism, Third Way

Parti Ouvrier (PO) - (Big Tent) - Social Democracy, Social Conservatism, Economic Liberalism, Christian Democracy, Christian Left, Populism

Parti des Verts (PV) - (Centre-Left) - Green Politics, Social Democracy

Minor Parties:

Front Populaire (FP) - (Centre-Right to Right-Wing) - Social Conservatism, Economic Conservatism, Right-Wing Populsim


Droits Des Animaux (DDA) - (Left-Wing to Centre-Left) - Animal Rights, Animal Welfare, Left-Wing Populism, Green Politics, EcoSocialism

Parti de la Révolution (PR) - (Far-Left) - Communism, Anti-Capitalism



 
Mostly yes but its borders are different and United States as a whole is more decentralized. This is the map of the USA and surrounding nations:
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Political Parties in the rest of the United States:
The Federal Coalitions operating at general Federal level and also in the Districts. And also the Parties operating at Confederal and State level.

Federal Level:
Red-Green Socialist Front: Big tent, left-wing coalition. Won at the Districts of Columbia, Mojave and Navajo in the last election. Considered, along with the CDU, to be the "important" political party. (17 states + 2 republics and 3 districts)
Liberal-Progressive Alliance: Big tent, economically right--wing, socially left-wing. The third largest party but considered a minor one. (5 states)
Conservative Democratic Union: The right-wing big tent coalition. the other "major" party. currently the largest in the Senate. Descendants of Jefferson's Democratic-Republicans. (18 states + 2 republics and 2 districts)
Centrist Coalition: Party of political centrism. Mostly continuation of the National Union (the CC party in 3 different confederations, disregarding the "traitors" in Hawaii who have joined the CDU). Keeping the USA united is their main goal. (2 states + District of Sequoyah)
Alianza de Español: Spanish/Hispanic minority interests party. surprisingly successful for a party that does not operate in most of the US. (State of Baja California and District of Puerto Rico)

Confederal and State Level:

Confederation of the Mid-Atlantic States (Atlantica):
Member States:
State of New York
State of New Jersey
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
State of Delaware
Parties:

People's Party: Also known as "the Populists", is the Socialist Front party in Atlantica. Won in New York and Delaware in the last election. It was pretty narrow in New York.
Progressive Party: Party of Roosevelts. While weakened in the rest of the Confederation, still very popular in New York. Seen as the counterweight against the Populists there, while in the rest of the Confederation Conservatives have that role.
Whigs: A politically centrist party that is less focused on Unionism part of the Centrist Coalition and more on the Centrism part. Barely won in New Jersey as the competition between Populists and Progressive made the race more equal for all parties, leading in the end of the Whigs barely beating the Conservatives.
Conservative Party: Barely won in Pennsylvania and wasn't much behind the winners in Delaware and New Jersey, giving them hope for the next elections. CDU member.

Confederation of the Carolinas:
Member States:
State of North Carolina
State of South Carolina
Parties:
National Union: Direct continuation of the Civil War era National Union. Leftiest major party in the Carolinas. Currently not very popular. Most popular in Trans-Appalachian North Carolina (aka Tennessee).
Republican Party: Descendents of the original Leftist Republican Party but has drifted right. Currently independent (and likely to stay that way unless they combine with the NU or the Democrats). More popular in non "WASP" population and more rural populations in non Tennessee Carolinas. Recently won in North Carolina, entering the Senate.
Democratic Party: Basically the same as their neighbours/namesakes in the South but more explicitly racial. Won in South Carolina.

Confederation of Cascadia:
Member States:
State of Oregon
State of Franklin
State of Vancouver
State of Columbia
State of Alaska
Parties:
Socialist Party: Proud victors in Oregon and Franklin (mostly OTL Washington). Very Lefty.
Green Party: Centre-left party with a strong focus on environmentalism. Disliked by the Socialists as vote splitters. Won in Vancouver (the state consisting of Vancouver Island).
Liberal Party: Party of capitalism and progress. Socially Liberal, small government, pro-business etc. Won in Columbia (parts of OTL British Columbia that are ITTL in America.
Grand Union Party: Party of capitalism and conservatism. GUP represents CDU in Cascadia. They are Popular in Alaska and eastern parts of the other states. Has strong ties to other parties with Unionism in their agenda, whether they are in CDU or with the Centrist Coalition. Won in Alaska.

Confederation of the Chesapeake Bay:
Member States:
State of Maryland
Commonwealth of Virginia
Parties:
People's Party: SF party. Popular in urban Maryland, Applachian Virginia (West Virginia) and urban "Kentucky" (Trans-Appalachian Virginia). Won in Maryland.
Progressive Party: Popular in Virginia proper, mostly in urban centers and some parts of (trans-)Applachian Virginia. Socially close to the People's Party, Economically close to the Democrats. Won in Virginia.
Democratic Party: Similar to the Southern Democrats. Popular in Rural regions outside of *West Virginia.

Confederation of Louisiana:
Member States:
State of Lafayette
State of Arkansas
State of Missouri
State of Nebraska
State of Kansas
State of Dakota
State of Washington
State of Montana
Parties:
Farmer-Labor Party: RGSF member. Mostly agrarianist. Popular enough but had a bad election.
Bloc Française: an independent party similar to AdE but catering towards French. Doesn't even bother campaigning outside Lafayette, Arkansas and Missouri. Most successful in Lafayette but still fairly minor. Mostly bothers Lafayette state legislature with talk about preserving French cultural influence in the state with some not entirely serious calls for becoming a republic or making French co-official with English. Politically Centre-left.
Liberal Party: centre-right. Has practically the same politics as other Liberal Parties (or LPA parties). Have won in Lafayette (basically OTL Louisiana) and mostly are (privately) thanking the Bloc for stealing more votes from FLP. Has some possibility to (re)take the position of the biggest anti-CDU party in Louisiana from FLP.
Reorganized Conservative Party: Along with the Southern Democrats the prize horse of the CDU. Has won in all states outside of Lafayette. Even if the real prize state was out of their hands and even if they didn't have the entire confederation the sheer number of states was seen as an impressive feat. The party is fairly mild if pretty conservative to keep their "flyover" voter base. Party was reorganized after a humiliating few decades in early 20th century.


Confederation of New England:
Member States:
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Bay
State of New Hampshire
State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
State of Connecticut
Parties:
Socialist Labor Party: The main left wing party in New England. Socially somewhat to the right of the Greens while left of then economically. Has some Syndicalist leanings (less so than Workers Party in the Northwest). Won in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Green Party: Left wing and environmentalist. Criticized by SLP for vote splitting and weakening the Front as a whole. More successful in New Hampshire and Maine district of Massachusetts.
Liberal Party: Economically most right wing party but also socially Liberal and more left wing. Pro small government and big business. Won in Connecticut. Liberal-Progressive Alliance member.
Neo-Federalist Party: Socially and economically right wing for New England. Seen as a resurrection of the old Federalist Party. Pro federal/central government and pro big business. To the left of the Liberals economically but socially more conservative. Part of the Centrist Coalition. Won in New Hampshire.

Confederation of New Mexico:
Member States:
State of Hamilton
State of Arizona
(Arizona is the one bordering Mexico in a straight line)
Parties:
Social Democratic Party: Centre-left and very dominant. The Front is very proud of winning in the both states of the Confederation, even if it is comparatively inferior to the CDU successes in Louisiana and the South.
Parti Mexicano: In the AdE. Mostly identical with the Pacifica version.
National Union: The good old party for the maintenance of the Union. Very vestigial. Mostly gets votes when PM does better from paranoid Anglo/White people at this point. A merger with the CDA is expected in the near future.
Christian Democratic Alliance: Mostly plays to the conservatism of people. In practice gets the votes non-Hispanic conservatives and some Hispanics. As mentioned a merger with NU into a CDU member unionist right-wing party is expected. Expects success in Hamilton after the merger.

Northwestern Confederation (Northwest):
Member States:
State of Ohio
State of Indiana
State of Michigan
State of Illinois
State of Superior
Parties:
Workers Party: Won in Illinois, Michigan and Ohio. One of the leftmost parties in the US. Partially Syndicalist.
Northwestern Liberals:The third party in the Northwest. Doesn't do much besides continuing in their downward spiral.
Unionist Party: CDU party running in the Northwest. Won in Superior and Indiana in the latest election. One of the leftiest parties in the CDU, being very close to center.

Confederation of the Pacific (Pacifica):
Member States:
State of Utah
State of Jefferson
State of California
State of Nevada
State of Adams
State of Colorado
State of Baja California
Parties:
Social Democratic Party: Very liberal and pretty left-wing. Won in California, Colorado and Nevada.
Parti Mexicano: In the AdE. Mostly Conservative, with support for Welfare. Won in the Baja California.
National Union: Keep Pacifica in the Union and all that. Compromising with the local government. What the Centrist Coalition does best. Pretty minor.
Liberal Democratic Party: Won in Utah recently. Considered a middle weight.
Christian Democratic Party: Won in Jefferson and Adams. Not very popular in Cali-Colorado-Baja.

Southern Confederation (the South):
Member States:
State of Georgia
State of East Florida
State of West Florida
State of North Yazoo
State of South Yazoo
Parties:
Republican Party: Socialist Front member party. More popular in urban areas and in the Black Belt. Recently won in East Florida.
Democratic Party: CDU party. Pretty Conservative. Won all states other than East Florida.



Just putting this out now. Will probably finish the confederal and state level parties today as well,but still.

Edit: Finished Northwest, Pacifica and South, but probably wont be able to do the rest today.
Further Edit: For some reason Spoilers for Atlantica refuses to work properly so I decided to not use spoilers at all. Will continue working on the rest of the confederations.
Edit Again: I did take a lot to do it but it is finally complete.
 
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Political Parties of the United Federation of American States

Within the Federal Congress, there are two major factions:
  • The Unionists, a coalition of business-minded types who believe a more-united UFSA would lead to streamlined regulations and thus higher economic growth, social reformists who believe that the current edition of the Compact of States (you know, the one that hasn't been altered since 1888 aside from the "no-fascism" rules in the mid-twentieth century) has allowed bigotry to fester, and the social authoritarians common among the Green Party's voter rolls that believe allowing Steel Belt states' industries to continue unchecked will doom the planet. They largely preach Liberal Conservatism, in that the market should be as free and efficient as possible, but not at the expense of duty to one's fellow man. That last part doesn't have a definite meaning, and that's likely why the various factions haven't torn each other apart yet.
    • The Unionists typically pull membership from the following federal parties:
      • The pro-business, center-right, conservative liberal Liberal Party
      • The socially-progressive, economically moderate Reform Party
      • The socially-radical centrist, economically--as-long-as-it's-good-for-the-planet Green Party
  • The Autonomists: a reluctant coalition between democratic syndicalists- who believe that a stronger central government will give anti-worker parties leverage to stamp out the various trade guilds, and that a more-centralized National Alliance of Guilds and Unions would become mired in bureaucracy and corrupt, indistinguishable from the megacorporations they swore to fight- social reversives- who see a large central government as an attack on their rights (those rights, of course, being the rights to discriminate within the bounds of each state's law)- and hardline communists who see the current arrangement as as close to communes as they'll get.
    • The Autonomists typically pull membership from the following national parties:
      • The socially-center-left, ordoliberal-to-democratic-syndicalist Workingman's Party
      • The socially-reversive State Sovereign Front
      • The remains/hardliners of the old American Communist Party
Of course, within the states, there are affiliates of the federal parties, and they typically have more wide-ranging views when compared to their interstate counterparts (which, of course, is why the national electors' cronies within the state governments never motion to elect any of the "mavericks" to the Federal Congress). This makes sense, as the Federal Congress's main issues are those of foreign policy concerns, federal currency regulation, and interstate and international trade and infrastructure agreements. On the state level, each party has its own concerns. Of course, that's how you get things like affiliates such as the Workingman's Party of Pennsylvania and the Liberal party of Nihon and more idiosyncratic regional parties like the NRA (Natives' Rights Alliance) in the Southwest and Vivamus Libero in New Hampshire. In a typical state legislature, you'll see the WMP and Liberals on opposite sides, with Reform playing kingmaker and the rest of the bunch doing whatever suits their immediate needs.
 
Parties in The German Socialist Union in 1925

Kommunistiche Partei Deutschlands (Left-Wing Big Tent):
Leading party of the German Revolution led by Rosa Luxemburg
-Trotskyism
-Luxemburgism
-Social Democracy
-International Revolution

Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (Left-Wing National Populism):
Rising party led by Gregor Strasser
-German Ultranationalism
-Anti-Semitism
-Strasserism

Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (Center-Left):
A once prominent party that has slipped to third place in the Union, but are steadily regaining voters as social democrats from the KPD split off. Led by Otto Braun
-Social Democracy
-Social Liberalism
-Trade Unionism
 
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