The People's Socialist Atlas

The People's Socialist Atlas - December 22nd, 2017

Continuing on, here's the second part of the People's Socialist Atlas, a collaboration between myself and @Noravea. This section is the second half of the American History part.

This section probably has the least time-consuming maps. However, as repayment for not having many high-quality maps in this chapter (besides Noravea's fantastic Long Island map), this section has descriptions of all 92 republics in the UASR, along with 77 original flags that I made (those that weren't original will be credited on the credits page; Noravea made the Long Island flag). There are a few that I'm really proud of, like New York, Orleans, and Acadiana! Feel free to tell me your favorites. :)

Tomorrow's part will be shorter on text, but will have a bunch of high quality maps to balance things out.

If you guys want to see the larger version of a flag, then just ask! I should have bigger versions of most everything. Again, enjoy, and happy holidays! Click either here or on the image below to check out pages 74 to 121.


Today's maps:

Capital ASR:
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Long Island ASR:

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Texan State of De Cristo:

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The map looks good and I won’t nitpick it apart unless you’d like me to.
I appreciate that. You can feel free to nitpick. It's annoying to have something I worked on for 100 hours get pieced apart, but since we might be publishing in January and should probably make sure everything looks good, the nitpicking might be beneficial.
 
So is Lutheranism banned outside the Swedish FWS? I can't really see the UASR stamping out religious practice on such a scale, considering the USSR couldn't and they were at least as repressive as the UASR (not to mention vastly more stable).
 
So is Lutheranism banned outside the Swedish FWS? I can't really see the UASR stamping out religious practice on such a scale, considering the USSR couldn't and they were at least as repressive as the UASR (not to mention vastly more stable).
Religion isn't really banned, though in areas like the northeast religion was discouraged. In places like New York, the majority of the population is Atheist, but in the south the majority of the population is still Christian. It just depends on the region, really.
 
Religion isn't really banned, though in areas like the northeast religion was discouraged. In places like New York, the majority of the population is Atheist, but in the south the majority of the population is still Christian. It just depends on the region, really.

That makes more sense - I assume what the writeup means is that Lutheran practice is encouraged in the Swedish FWS (and I assume the Norwegian and Finnish ones too) as an expression of culture?
 
That makes more sense - I assume what the writeup means is that Lutheran practice is encouraged in the Swedish FWS (and I assume the Norwegian and Finnish ones too) as an expression of culture?
Yes, exactly. Kinda like how in Russia, there's a Jewish Autonomous Oblast, but Judaism isn't banned in the rest of Russia.
 
Well, @Upvoteanthology, I feel I should quote Zone of the Elders regarding the placenames on these maps:

..."'We' meaning citizens of the American Soviet Socialist Republic, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the United World Soviet."

"Why do majoritarians invariably give their nation-states such awkward names?" Mister Thoggosh mused. "What was wrong with 'France' or even 'Bulgaria'?"

:p
 
Well, @Upvoteanthology, I feel I should quote Zone of the Elders regarding the placenames on these maps:

..."'We' meaning citizens of the American Soviet Socialist Republic, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the United World Soviet."

"Why do majoritarians invariably give their nation-states such awkward names?" Mister Thoggosh mused. "What was wrong with 'France' or even 'Bulgaria'?"

:p
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Love this timeline and the maps provided,

I'm sorry if this has been answered in the 73 pages released but I just wanted to ask, it's pretty obvious what the new cultural/ethnic states have resulted in, but not so much in the south racially.

I like that you avoided the "independant black belt" cliche, but splitting up the deep state into these states have obviously created some large majority black states and some large majority white states, did ethnic cleansing ala India/Pakistan after these states were formed?
 
Love this timeline and the maps provided,

I'm sorry if this has been answered in the 73 pages released but I just wanted to ask, it's pretty obvious what the new cultural/ethnic states have resulted in, but not so much in the south racially.

I like that you avoided the "independant black belt" cliche, but splitting up the deep state into these states have obviously created some large majority black states and some large majority white states, did ethnic cleansing ala India/Pakistan after these states were formed?
Yeah, sadly. There were polities called "Negro Free States" that existed under Sellers, which was like segregation taken to the extreme. Eventually, after Sellers was kicked out of office, the NFSs were abolished, but the same racist structures remain. Some of the NFSs were just kind of turned into ASRs, like Birmingham. Recent premiers have taken steps to keep the institutional racism from continuing.
 
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