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very large one-shot scenario I started about a month ago and just finished. i really enjoyed making this world and have gotten pretty attached to it so please ask questions :)
 
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very large one-shot scenario I started about a month ago and just finished. i really enjoyed making this world and have gotten pretty attached to it so please ask questions :)
Excellent! On a similar venue to Balkanized USA, is the US still close to China, and if so, is China more liberal than in our world at this time?
Just as well, are there still existing challenges regarding the international policies of the autonomous states and the rest of the US (it seemed like you indicated that there were issues between New Africa and the US)?
And finally, I assume the Dakotas are mad that they lost their western flanks, hence why they went Republican instead of Democrat. Is that a correct assumption?
 
Why did Alabama die?
the Southern states were redistricted after the conclusion of hostilities as a way to destroy the power of the segregationist voting bloc and to reshape Southern identity. Alabama, as essentially the center of insurrection and terrorism pre- and during the war, was carved up the most.
Is the USSR still around?
the USSR survived by the New Union Treaty's reorganizing and establishing it as "a renewed federation of equal sovereign republics in which the rights and freedom of an individual of any ethnicity will be fully guaranteed", albeit it shed the Baltic states, Armenia and Georgia in the process. the country went through a process of economic and political liberalization throughout the 90s. US-USSR relations have warmed since then, even though the USSR has essentially taken its spot as the 2nd superpower.
What's the current state of affairs in the US?
if by "current" you mean 2020, probably still on a trend towards the less chaotic. the Progressive Party has probably left and reentered the White House a couple times, trading places with a Democratic administration at least once. cartel influence has probably been lessened, as in 2004 that'd be the main national security concern of the country so in the 16 years since something should've been done about it. the internet is likely censored to some extent, particularly targeting far right-wing groups for their tendency to organize violence online. conditions in the Deep South states, while still poor, aren't going to be AS bad as they used to be - larger cities are probably approaching parity with their northern peers, though the scars of war are still visible throughout the region. the "new Southern culture" initiative has seen some success, after two generations being raised post-war and molded by it - this probably creates a much more generally egalitarian <30 demographic. the South also takes in large amounts of migrants from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and with the 2 generations to adjust to it, the South is probably approaching an integrated, multicultural society.
Did Virginia ever reunite?
there's not really much demand for it. West Virginians pride themselves in not getting bogged down in the war, and Roanoke, as a plurality-black state still with many people old enough to remember segregation and the horrors of the war, would be understandably staunchly opposed in general.
is the US still close to China, and if so, is China more liberal than in our world at this time?
the US is probably more reliant on China than it is OTL, with America suffering from a worse industrial decline and being more reliant upon imported goods. China under Deng ITTL was less shy in repudiating Mao, attempting to abandon or lessen the cult of personality during the process of economic liberalization. moderate reformers pursuing political reform such as Zhao Ziyang were allowed to pursue their goals, and corruption within the Communist Party was greatly lessened during the 80s, avoiding disastrous protest incidents a la Tiananmen causing the party to clamp down.
are there still existing challenges regarding the international policies of the autonomous states and the rest of the US
the Rainbow Coalition (the governing party of New Africa), at first a Maoist-sympathetic organization (to put it most charitably) being legitimatized as the legal governing party of a former part of the US didn't sit well with much of the US establishment, as the Cold War, while sort of put on hold during the civil war, was still going in the minds of many. while President Seale, a former Panther, remained a committed communist himself, wings of the party mellowed out under him over time. the metaphorical leash of American hegemony was loosened over the course of this process. the autonomous states are all represented in the UN as full members.
the Dakotas are mad that they lost their western flanks, hence why they went Republican instead of Democrat.
yeah, this is essentially ITTL Republican strategy. the main thing keeping them marginally relevant here is that they're quite good at capitalizing on white resentment.
 

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with America suffering from a worse industrial decline and being more reliant upon imported goods.

Is there a particular reason for this? It doesn't seem to follow logically.

I'd expect that the exact opposite would be true as the "Reagan Revolution," and the resulting dragging of the entire political spectrum to the right on economics, have both been butterflied away. I can't see "free trade agreements" being a big thing here, let alone the opening of a fragile, slowly recovering domestic market to competition from Japan, then Korea, then China.
 
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While going through his palace, the young Prince Phillip of the newly united Visconsen was worried, his father had suffered a fatal wound in his last battle, and now all looked towards the crown prince, curious to see how he might live up to his fathers legacy.
During his prayers, Phillip would receive a vision; an apparition appeared, grasping a pike in one hand, a sword in the other. This apparition called himself Columbus, and told the prince that it would only be through spreading his message to the test of the land could he hope to achieve the greatness of his father. This message was simple; war is the ultimate expression of humanity, and to shed blood in Columbus's name and spread his message to others would ensure Phillip a place in eternal greatness.
So it was on the day of his coronation that Phillip would make this message known, and would then begin a crusade that would see his kingdom expanded to almost unfathomable expanses, and bring about bloodshed and destruction on a scale never before seen.​
Have some crossposting.
 
Here's another crosspost as well.

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“Sauron’s might rests in his endless legions of orcs, and he will stop at nothing to cover all the lands in a second darkness.”

From the creative minds at Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming comes the newest installment in The Might of Mordor Series…

THE FALL OF MINAS ITHIL

The Goal:
Capture/Prevent the capture of the Palantir from within the Citadel of Minas Ithil within the predetermined turn limit before King Eärnil II of Gondor arrives with a relief force.

What You Need:
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Handbook #2: The Realms in Exile
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Handbook #3: Gondor, Land of Stone
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Handbook #7: The Lands Under Shadow
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Handbook #11: The Fiefs of Gondor
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Handbook #14: Sauron’s Foul Servants
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Series Companion #3: The Might of Mordor
Middle Earth Micro Strategy Gaming Battle Guidebook #5: The End of the House of Anárion
8 Dice: 2 D6, 2 D10, 2 D12, 2 D20
60 unit chips for Mordor, 45 unit chips for Gondor
Several free hours, one friend, and your imagination!

The Factions:
MORDOR
Play as the Witch-King of Angmar himself and lead the Nazgûl against the City of the Moon. With 60 unit chips in your bank, you have the quantity advantage, even if the quality of your units is lacking. You have two secure avenues of approach into the map, through the Morgul Road that follows the course of the river into Mordor and the Secret Stairs of Cirith Ungol. Be wary, for should a Nazgûl fall their Ring of Power may fall into the wrong hands…

GONDOR
Play as the courageous Captains Baranor and Idril to prevent the forces of Mordor from taking the Palantir. With 45 unit chips in your bank, you will be outnumbered, yet your units are of a superior quality. You start with the fortress of Minas Ithil under your control, with the Ithil Road leading out to the Crossroads being where your reinforcements can enter the field of battle. Be wary, for the Witch-King will stop at nothing to bring ruin to Isildur’s home…

The Units:
MORDOR
Orc Swords: The rabble of Mordor are always seeking to wet their blades with the blood of the Second Born, and this unit is no different. +1 movement.
Carnan Axes: Taming the wild forests of Carnan in the south of the bitter Sea of Nurnen is a special skill, one that translates well to breaking the shield walls of opponents. +1 movement, +1 to attack roll.
Orc Spears: The Lord Sauron, for all his vast might, has an economical spirit, and this unit is the perfect combination in his all seeing eye. +1 movement.
Morannon Pikes: Ensuring that the Black Gate is protected is a task that Sauron entrusts to his most loyal soldiers, for besides the entrance into Mordor via Minas Ithil the Morannon is the best way to walk into the Shadow Land. +1 to movement, +1 to defense roll.
Orc Hunters: No prey can escape the sharp bite of an orc on the prowl, even if they are protected by Númenórean-forged mail. +1 movement.
Olog Catapults: Operated by the great Ologs of Mordor, these catapults can deal serious damage and, when attacked, can put up a well deserving fight. +1 to attack roll and +1 to defense roll.
Nazgûl: The feared Ringwraiths of Sauron, they hold the Nine Rings of Men and exude terror across any battlefield. For each Nazgûl on the field, there is a stacking 10% chance for adding -2 to the attack and defense roll for Gondorian units (ex when all Nine are on the field there is a 90% chance for adding -2 to the attack and defense roll). +4 to attack roll.
Warg Riders: The orcs who tame wargs are revered amongst all orcs, for wargs are quick and deadly to the unawares and even more dangerous to those who know their dangers. +3 movement, +2 to attack roll.

GONDOR
Gondor Swords: Gondor’s strength lies with its infantry, and these hard hitting swordsmen are the backbone of their army. +2 to attack roll
Lossarnach Axes: Coming from the fiefdoms closest to Minas Anor, the soldiers of Lossarnach are the first to sound their horns when the Kings of Gondor are in need. Ignores penalty of riverine terrain, +1 to attack roll.
Gondor Spears: Though offense has proved to be a favorite strategy for Gondor, staying on the defensive is not looked down upon either, a role these tough spearmen excel in. +2 to defense roll.
Citadel Guard: Defending the citadels of Gondor is the task of the highest echelon of Gondor’s finest. They protect the persons of the King and Steward, and only march out of the capital when dire need is at hand. +2 to attack roll, +3 to defense roll.
Ithilien Rangers: Those who still remain in Ithilien despite the encroachment of the Shadow make for excellent warriors, for they know the lands better than anyone. +1 to attack roll.
Trebuchets: The engineering prowess of Gondor is on full display, and from within the walls of the city they can reap a vast harvest of enemies. +1 to attack range, -1 to defense roll.
Fountain Guard: The most trusted members of the Citadel Guard, these guard the White Tree that stands in the Court of the Fountain. Minas Ithil no longer has the White Tree in its citadel, yet out of respect for the memory of Isildur the Fountain Guard remains. +2 to attack roll, +4 to defense roll.
Swan Knights: On loan from the Prince of Belfalas, these are the elite cavalry of all Gondor. No one can stand up to a charge of the Swan Knights, least of all the rabble of Mordor. +3 to attack roll, +1 to defense roll, +1 movement.

Will the legions of the Red Eye emerge triumphant, or will the White Tree flow gracefully for the years to come? The choice is yours!

*Standard rates apply. Each set sold separately.*
 
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This was originally just States and Capitols but it slowly spiraled into a Flag, Presidents, The Population, Holidays, and an absurd story about Disneyland.
I may have went off the rails a little bit.
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Attention people of the former United States. This is Admiral Yamamoto of The Empire of Japan. Do not be alarmed at our presence. We in Japan have seen the plight that the Second American Civil War has brought onto your home, so we have come not as invaders but as saviors. We do not ask you to bow kowtow, we ask you to accept us. When Japanese troops come to your town do not think of them as conquerors, but as liberators. We shall protect you from the corrupt, oppressive warlords of East America. Under our rule we shall tear down the walls of bigotry and racism that were built into your former Government. Japan shall guarantee you and your fellow man the unalienable rights that your old Government failed to give all people. We shall ensure the equality of all races from Whites, to Blacks, to Indians. For all people are equal under the eyes of Emperor Hirohito. – Admiral Yamamoto “The Shogun of America”, Radio Broadcast 1941

The Pacific States is an Independent Region of Japan with its own Congressional, Presidential, and Judicial Government separate from Mainland Japan and is one of the most important regions aside from Japan itself. This status of “Independent Region” was granted to the Pacific States in 1955 as a way for Japan to hold on to their empire. As protests of the nearly 10 Year “Provisional Government” were growing. The Constitution of the Pacific States was finalized and signed on July 18, 1955. Admiral Yamamoto who was the leader of the provisional government, formally stepped down. While he wasn’t the first President, Admiral Yamamoto is considered the first leader of the Pacific States and bears the nickname “The Shogun of America” for his rule over the Pacific States from 1940-1955. The Pacific States was one of the first Japanese territories to gain the status of Independent Region. After the Pacific States the status of Independent Region was granted to Manchuria (1958), North China (1960), South China (1960), Shanghai (1968) and Korea (1970). Though it’s Government is independent of Japan, it is still considered part of Japan and as such the Pacific States has no Formal Military and uses the currency of Japan (Yen). In place of a Military the Pacific States has a “Self-Defense Force” that was established in 1958 after years of formal military training by top Japanese Military Brass.

Population Breakdown
Total Population: 97,867,026
Japanese:
35.42%
White: 35.39%
Chinese: 8.07%
Black: 7.05%
Korean: 4.32%
Other Asian: 4.12%
Mixed Race: 2.15%
Hispanic: 1.28%
Native Indian: 1.12%
Other: 1.08%
The Pacific States is one of the most diverse regions, while the population is majority Japanese and White there is significant Black, Chinese, and Korean populations. This is due to two factors. First was the laxed travel restrictions compared to Mainland Japan and the other Independent Regions. It is very easy for citizens from other regions such as Korea, Manchuria, North China, and South China to gain permanent residence in the Pacific States. Second was the Japanese keeping true to their words of Racial Equality, many race laws such as The Chinese Exemption Act and multiple Jim Crow Laws were lifted causing many Blacks from the Second American Republic and the Second Republic of Texas (Now a special “Federal District” of the Second American Republic.) to immigrate to the Pacific States. (Many Historians agree that the lifting the race laws was not because Japan was sincere about racial equality but to win over the non-white populous and to attempt to gain the moral high ground and paint themselves as the “Good Guys” when compared to the different factions in the Second American Civil War.) During the provisional government many Japanese came to live in the Pacific States. More Japanese moved to the Pacific States than any other region. Many Japanese preferred the already industrialized Pacific States over the under industrialized regions such as Manchuria, and because of the “exotic” western culture of America the Pacific States was a popular place for Japanese to move to. Topped off with a baby boom in Japan the Japanese population in the Pacific States came to rival the established White population.

States and Their Capitols
Kanji = Romaji = English = Old Name
National Capitol: 新京 = Shinkyo = New Capitol = San Fransisco

湾谷 = Wan tani = Bay Valley = California
不屈 = Fukutsu = Indomitable = Sacramento

常緑 = Jōryoku = Evergreen = Washington
海市 = Kaishi = Sea City = Seattle

赤材 = Aka-zai = Redwood = Oregon
港町 = Minatochō = Port Town = Portland

新蝦夷 = Shin Ezo = New Ezo = Southeast British Columbia
塩水市 = Ensui-shi = Saltwater City = Vancouver

銀砂漠 = Gin sabaku = Sliver Desert = Nevada/West Utah
豊か泉 = Yutaka izumi = Rich Spring = Las Vegas

ハワイ = Hawai = Hawaii = Hawaii
ホノルル = Honoruru = Honolulu = Honolulu

乾燥地帯 = Kansō chitai = Arid Zone = West Arizona
火鳥 = Hidori = Fire Bird = Phoenix

北領土 = Kita ryōdo = Northern Territory = Alaska/Yukon/Northwest British Columbia
凍錨 = Kō ikari = Cold Anchor = Anchorage

National Holidays & Other Major Events
New Year’s Day: January 1

Celebration of a new year.

Chinese New Year: January 25
Celebration of not only the Chinese New Year but also a celebration of the Chinese Citizens in The Pacific States.

Setsubun/Spring Day: February 3
Celebration of the End of Winter and the Coming of Spring.

National Foundation Day: February 11
Celebration of the founding of Japan with the crowning of the first Emperor.

Valentine’s Day: February 14
Celebration of Valentine’s Day in which both men and women give others chocolates.

Hanami/Flower Viewing: March – May
While not a traditional holiday. Many people go to local parks to have picnics when the Cherry Blossoms are in bloom. Annual Cherry Blossom Festivals are also very common.

St. Patricks Day: March 1
Celebration of Irish heritage.

Palm Sunday: First Day of Holy Week
Christian observance of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem.

Easter: Day After Holy Week
Christian celebration of Jesus’ resurrection.

Nature Day: Third Friday of April
Celebration of Nature, Conservation, and Climate Change awareness.

Mother’s Day: Second Sunday of May

Celebration and Appreciation of Mothers.

Father’s Day; Second Sunday of June
Celebration and Appreciation of Fathers.

Freedom Day: July 4
Celebration of the American Revolution and the 13 Colonies Independence from Britain.

Constitution Day: July 18
Celebration of the signing of the Constitution and the opening of Disneyland.

Tanabata/Star Festival: August 7
A Festival that celebrates the cosmos.

Obon: August 13 – 15
Buddhist event in commemorating the dead.

Elderly Day: Third Monday of September
Celebration of grandparents and the elderly.

Momijigari/Leaf Peeping: October – November
While not a traditional holiday. Many people go to local parks to have picnics when the leaves change color. Annual Autumn Festivals are also very common.

Health and Sports Day: Second Monday of October
A day to raise health awareness and exercise.

Halloween: Last Day of October

A day in which kids dress up in costumes and go “Trick-or-Treating”. Festivals are also commonplace for teenagers and young adults.

African Statesman Day: November 19
Observance to honor Black Citizens of The Pacific States and the abolishment of slavery during the First American Civil War.

Harvest Day: November 23
A combination of the old American celebration of Thanksgiving and the Japanese harvest ritual Niiname-no-Matsuri.

Christmas Eve: December 24
A Christian Holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus. It’s is observed by many non-Christians as the night Santa Claus visits the houses of children and brings them gifts.

Christmas Day: December 25
A Christian Holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus. It’s is observed by many non-Christians as the day children open their gifts from Santa Claus.

Ōmisoka /New Year’s Eve: Last Day of December
Celebration of the end of the year and the coming of a new year.

Presidents and Vice-Presidents
Isoroku Yamamoto (Shogun of America): (1940-1955)
Sheridan Downey (Democratic) [Died In Office] / Tanzan Ishibashi (Democratic): 1956-1961
Tanzan Ishibashi (Democratic) / Richard Nixon (Republican): 1961-1966
Richard Nixon (Republican) / Daniel Inouye (Democratic): 1967-1974
Takeo Miki (Democratic) / Howard Cannon (Democratic): 1975-1982
George W. Romney (Conservative) / Samuel Hayakawa (Conservative): 1983-1990
Tsutomu Hata (Democratic) / Calvin M. "Cal" Dooley (Democratic): 1991-1998
Junichiro Koizumi (Conservative) / Willard Mitt Romney (Conservative) 1999-2006
Barack Obama (Socialist) / Yoshihiko Noda (Democratic): 2007-2014
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Conservative) / Xi Jingping (Socialist): 2015-Present

There are currently four political parties that make up the Pacific States. The Democratic Party, The Republican Party, The Conservative party, and The Socialist Party.
The Democratic Party was formed from the old Democratic party of old America and took its viewpoints from the late President-Elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt. While originally a strong left wing on politics the party slowly began to take a Left-to-Center approach on most political views. Since its inception the Democratic party is one of the most popular political parties.
The Republican Party was formed from the Republican Party of old America and originally took a right-to-center approach, but the party fractured in 1972 over conflicting views on economics and race relations and now is strictly right wing. The Republican Party has been on the decline since the 1970s and is today the lowest party in terms of popularity.
The Conservative Party was created in 1955 by former members of Admiral Yamamoto’s provisional government. It has always taken a right-to-center approach, because of this the Conservative Party saw a rise in popularity when the Republican Party fractured in 1972. The Conservative Party is the second most popular political party, but is currently declining.
The Socialist Party started in 1961 by a small group of American liberals and members of the Japanese Communist Party who wanted to attempt to bring The Communist Party to the Pacific States. Due to communism being relatively unpopular in the western world the party was named The Socialist Party. The party slowly rose to popularity and is now the third most popular party.

The current President is Arnold Schwarzenegger the first foreign born President. President Schwarzenegger is also the first President to controversially not have a Japanese Vice-President. Traditionally a White Presidential Candidate would pick a Japanese running mate for Vice-President and vice-versa to balance the ticket and win over White/Japanese Voters. While this is not the first time this has happened (Hawaiian Senator Barack Obama was Black and picked the Japanese Yoshihiko Noda for his running mate.) President Schwarzenegger is the first White President to pick a non-Japanese running mate, choosing Bay Valley Senator Xi Jinping of North Chinese descent.

Walt Disney who had the dream of creating a large themed amusement park was often told that it would be impossible given the unstable political and economic circumstances of the provisional government. But Walt Disney was undeterred, he continued in his venture. For Walt Disney constructing Disneyland was no longer just a another dream he set off to make real. For Walt Disney constructing Disneyland was important in keeping the legacy and culture of the old United States alive in the face of Japanese occupation. Even if it meant facing the provisional government and The Shogun of America himself Admiral Yamamoto, Walt Disney would build Disneyland. Sure, enough Disney would have to meet with the provisional government. As buying up such a large amount of land for construction necessitated the Provisional Government’s approval.

Admiral Yamamoto and members of the provisional government had been seeking a way to create a monument that would solidify the Pacific States as a unique region of Japan, but this was easier said than done as any monument they would build would likely come under fire by the still white majority populace. A populace that was growing restless of the provisional government’s rule over them. Protests began in 1953 criticizing the long rule of the provisional government and the people sought proper representation. (While there were governors from old America such as Sheridan Downey in Yamamoto’s Provisional Government, it was still majority Japanese.)

When Walt Disney came forth seeking approval to construct Disneyland, Yamamoto found the monument he was looking for, a monument that would be positively received by all. Despite some Japanese objecting to the idea of such an “American” idea, Yamamoto threw his weight to get Disney’s project approved. To the surprise of Walt Disney not only did Yamamoto push to get Disneyland approved, he offered whatever help he could give to get it constructed. For the Shogun of America Disneyland wasn’t just a giant park, Disneyland would be the monument that the Pacific States would be founded on. A crowning achievement that would show the world that the Pacific States could be just as industrious as the Second American Republic.

While direct funding and construction was struck down by the provisional government due to budget concerns, Yamamoto did pull some strings to get Walt Disney as much land as he wanted for Disneyland and Yamamoto connected Walt with Japanese companies to provide corporate sponsorship. The Japan based companies were quick to make deals with Disney as Disneyland was the perfect entry way into the Pacific States. They sponsored various attractions throughout the park. Toyota sponsored Autopia, Toshiba and Panasonic sponsored The House of Tomorrow as a way to advertise their upcoming products, Daiwa House Industry worked with Imagineers to build the Disneyland Hotel. Yamamoto infamously called Disneyland “A combination of American Ingenuity and Japanese Capital”.

Construction of Disneyland began in 1954 shortly after the announcement that the Japanese Diet had passed a resolution to give the Pacific States autonomy as an Independent Region of Japan. Walt Disney would host a Television show called Disneyland on the fledgling Pacific Broadcasting Channel which aired throughout 1954 during the Election of 1954 which saw Sheridan Downey become the President-Elect of the Pacific States. Finally, Disneyland was planned to have a televised opening on July, 18th 1955 the same day as the Constitution of the Pacific States was to be signed. While the timing was a coincidence, the timing was nonetheless impeccable and both events were merged into one and Sleeping Beauty Castle was the backdrop as President Sheridan Downey, and Admiral Yamamoto signed the Constitution of The Pacific States of America in Mainstreet USA less than an hour before Disneyland formally opened.

On that day June 18th, 1955 it wasn't just Disneyland that opened, a new region of the world was opened. One that merged East and West and Disneyland was but a preview of the technological, industrial, and economic capability of the Pacific States "The Land of the Setting Sun".
 
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very large one-shot scenario I started about a month ago and just finished. i really enjoyed making this world and have gotten pretty attached to it so please ask questions :)
Boy, just tons of questions. First, what has happened in Europe? You mention that they began turning their backs on the US during the civil war, and given the liberalization of China and the USSR (and subsequent warming of relations between the big 3), is this still the case? I have to imagine there's some power bloc with clout that stands contrary to this cordial tripolar world that's developing. What is the state of things in other large nations, such as Brazil, India, South Africa, Canada? How is the Middle East/South Asia in general with no Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and thus no US funding to the Taliban? Does Israel still exist and what relations does it have with its neighbors, if any? What are the foreign policy initiatives of the Progressive, Democratic, and even Republican parties of 2004 America? Is there any attempt to reassert American dominance on the world stage? How similar in government structure are New Afrika, Lakotah, and Navajo to the US government? Do they have similar constitutions?
 
Dr. Doom Presents:

Belle Epoque Ad Infinitum
POD: 1860, Year: 1950

There are some events that shift history to a new set of tracks. What happens when they don't occur, and history keeps going down its old track? That's what this map explores, with the trends of the Belle Epoque continuing through until 1950. Gunslingers and filibusters duel lawmen and hired guards in Sinaloa, London and Berlin build dreadnoughts and rattle sabers, Parisian scientists discover new antibiotics before their time, and avant-garde Shanghai intellectuals challenge Chinese conservatives for the fate of a dying empire.


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This was originally just States and Capitols but it slowly spiraled into a Flag, Presidents, The Population, Holidays, and an absurd story about Disneyland.
I may have went off the rails a little bit.

Less than 8 million whites? Is this for 2020? Seems that it's not that happy and shiny a place for white Americans, given the OTL white population of California alone is around 24 million (that's including hispanics, but since that doesn't seem to exist as a category in your list, I assume "white" includes them.)
 
Less than 8 million whites? Is this for 2020? Seems that it's not that happy and shiny a place for white Americans, given the OTL white population of California alone is around 24 million (that's including hispanics, but since that doesn't seem to exist as a category in your list, I assume "white" includes them.)
Slight miscalculation. Made a fix.
Yes it's 2020 Population and since you asked about the Hispanic population I made a slight adjustment.
The Hispanic population is mostly descendants from the existing Hipanics already living there in 1940. In modern times most Hispanics immigrate to Texas and Puerto Rico.
Population Breakdown
Total Population: 97,867,026
Japanese:
35.42%
White: 35.39%
Chinese: 8.07%
Black: 7.05%
Korean: 4.32%
Other Asian: 4.12%
Mixed Race: 2.15%
Hispanic: 1.28%
Native Indian: 1.12%
Other: 1.08%
 
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