How left wing is this US economically? Was there an FDR or Reagan analogue who pushed the US in one way or the other?
Panama was annexed by the United States as a territory in 1908, after the collapse of the short-lived independent government threatened construction of the Panama Canal. The northern (or western) part of the country was annexed by Costa Rica at the same time. Panama eventually achieved statehood in 1958, and is now known for its canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, for its gambling industry, and as the home state of former President John McCain.
The US presidents during l'Urgence, or the Quebec Troubles, were David D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. The US president in office when Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island were admitted to the Union was Robert Kennedy.Who is the U.S. president at the time that Quebec has broken off and gains OTL Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Islands?
Silicon Valley is located in the Santa Clara Valley as in our timeline.In what state where there are several high-tech companies have based there like OTL Silicon Valley? Is it California or Texas?
The Christian Right as we know it does not exist in any way similar to our timeline. The National Progressive party (somewhat ironically) has a significant religious conservative faction, which part of the reason why states like Mississippi and South Carolina have not legalised same-sex marriage. While religious conservatives on both social and fiscal policy do exist, they are a minority faction outside the state of Utah.What OTL Christian Right would look like in the TTL?
Richard Nixon was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1957 to 1963. He is typically regarded as one of the 10 least important presidents.What Richard Nixon is doing in the TTL?
The US would be economically to the left of our TL's US; trade unions have not been entirely marginalised and there is a general consensus on the need for a welfare state, however views differ widely.How left wing is this US economically? Was there an FDR or Reagan analogue who pushed the US in one way or the other?
Aw, thanks.It's great to have you back, I missed this magnificent TL!
Good thing I'm making some wikiboxes on it then!Although the update has many things, I think the detail that interests me the most is the fact that you mented not one but two civil wars over slavery.
Very little of America speaks French; only New Brunswick and Louisiana have notable Francophone populations. However, during debate on the Languages Act 2005, New Brunswick Congressman Hédard Albert successfully lobbied for an amendment to provide for French as an official language of the United States.How much of America speaks French and where are these speakers mainly concentrated?
The New Mexican Legislature narrowly voted against the inclusion of Hopi as an official language of the state in 2014. Mi'kmaq has never been proposed as an official language of any state. An amendment to the aforementioned Languages Act, to make Italian the fourth official language of the Union, narrowly failed; however, New York State does recognise it as a secondary official language. No official proposals have been made for Irish to be recognised as an official language of either any state or the Union as a whole.Regional official languages list :
No Hopi or Mi'kmaq?
Also surprised at the lack of Irish and Italian (because New York)
There is a map, it's just not a very good one. I've definitely been wanting to do more on Australasia and its history; expect some more soon! It does feel like I've been neglecting Australia in general, so I'm keen to get back to it.A few questions:
Could we have a small summary of the Australasian history, particularly the federation of it? I've noticed Australasia is surprisingly the only Australian country without an infobox or an overview map lol.
It varies greatly and in many places is based as much on the child's heritage as the nation they live in.Also what languages are taught in school in the various Australian countries?
Certainly there are!Because of their large population and their lower development level, are there significant Kidulian communities in New Holland and Australasia? Also same question for Auralians, particularly creole ones.
Consider it on the list!Also another thing that would be fascinating would be to see the reactions to the Chinese invasion of northern kidulia, considering that IRL there was actual fear from Australians of a Japanese invasion of the north, it would be worth to cover the Australasian (but also New Hollander or other) reaction to it.
Ok, I have not seen a "Civil War 2: Southern Boogaloo" like that before.
Glad it's unique; unique is what I go for.Sublime and very original, as always. Did the states of OTL northern Mexico allow slavery, and if such, did they or some groups attempt to secede or rejoin Mexico?
The United States presidential election of 2016 was the 49th American presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Sorry I didn't cover this before; I had hoped to make a full wikibox on the election results, but I didn't really feel like drawing out 500 constituencies.How did these elections turn out?
When sad events like this happen in New Zealand, it really does me how unpredictable the Earth is. It is somewhat terrifying how suddenly an eruption like that occurs.However, I also feel the need to mention this. Unfortunately, seismic activity doesn't change with the course of history, and so the Australasian government has a disaster on its hands.
My condolences to New Zealanders and the families of those who have died.