Definitely, if they wanted to include the League of Nations. If "East & West" had been released they were going to include the U.N.
But how do you define what a "real anarchist" is? As far as I can gather, Anarchism is a left wing political movement which wants to get rid of authority, which it believes is undesirable.Let's have real anarchists represented in the game, not "anarcho-liberals" which should NOT be called that.
And let's have the ability to play as non-state actors.
For non state actors they could include some big corporations that existed around 1900. They could also include the likes of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Robert Stephenson [for Britain] and Henry Ford, J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockerfeller [for the U.S.] Oh, yes, and the all important Chickens.
I still think they should try making games set in a new era. It gets a bit boring playing the same historical periods over and over again.The biggest problem with a flow system is that it's something you constantly need to pay attention to.
Victoria II gets away with it because it is really an economy sim with an occasional outbreak of war and rebellion. Imperator was Vici-fied and whilst it's a solid game now I'm not sure how fun it is.
If all the Paradox Grand Sim games get Vici-fied then Paradox's fan base will shrink considerably as will their profits.