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Postby Endem » Thu Feb 21, 2019 8:00 am

( Don't kill me Nova Corina )This was a quite popular game a while back and since it died I'm restarting it the premise is quite simple to make alternate US history by its presidents we start in 1788 and end in 2016 and when it hits 2016 we restart, but as always there are rules ( a pro tip when you make next election quote and delete the code that causes the quotation box to appear )

1. Presidents need to be realistic
2. Presidents need to be at least 35 when elected and American
3. The current election is the one posted first
4. Elections occur every 4 years
5. I grant myself the power to nullify a timeline or election if it breaks rule 1, 2, 3 and 4
6. People die when they died IRL

An example
Nation A
1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
Abolishes the Congress and consolidates power making it that president is the only one to make decisions and changes
Nation B
1792 - John Adams - American Consolidation Party
Adams creates the first American political party and continues Washington's policy


So I'll start the first round
1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
Goes like IRL
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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.

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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned[/b]
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to the The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
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Postby Upper Pacifica » Thu Feb 21, 2019 10:52 am

1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party [1]
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party [2]
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party [3]
1804 - Alexander Hamilton - Independent [4]

[1] Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
[2] Mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
[3] Cementing the one term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to the The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
[4] Hamilton gave more power to the federal government, angering the South and almost resulting in South Carolina seceding. He would raise tariffs on imports by 15%, although he expanded trade between America and the rest of the world. He went to war with Britain to liberate the Canadian territories, allying himself with Napoleon, even though he was known as a pacifist. He would run for a 2nd term in 1808 due to the ongoing war.
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EDIT: Fixed, I think
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Postby Sapientia Et Bellum » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:01 am

OOC: Hamilton died in 1804 so he cant be president since people die when the died in rl
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Postby Petrolheadia » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:03 am

Sapientia Et Bellum wrote:OOC: Hamilton died in 1804 so he cant be president since people die when the died in rl

Why is this rule here?

I get why Lincoln can't become president in 2016, but why does he have to die in 1865, instead of living longer? Why can't folks live a few years more?

It's alternate history, after all.
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Postby Petrolheadia » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:11 am

Will leave it here for now.
1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party [1]
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party [2]
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party [3]
1804 - Alexander Hamilton - Independent [4]
1808 - Alexander Hamilton - Independent [5]

[1] Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.

[2] Mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.

[3] Cementing the one term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to the The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.

[4] Hamilton gave more power to the federal government, angering the South and almost resulting in South Carolina seceding. He would raise tariffs on imports by 15%, although he expanded trade between America and the rest of the world. He went to war with Britain to liberate the Canadian territories, allying himself with Napoleon, even though he was known as a pacifist. He would run for a 2nd term in 1808 due to the ongoing war.

[5] Hamilton ends up winning his reelection. The war with Britain is won in 1812, shortly before the election, and the US gets some southern areas of Canada, while France gets north Quebec. A push westward begins, and the US pledges to help Bonaparte in his upcoming war with Russia.
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Postby Endem » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:27 am

Petrolheadia wrote:
Sapientia Et Bellum wrote:OOC: Hamilton died in 1804 so he cant be president since people die when the died in rl

Why is this rule here?

I get why Lincoln can't become president in 2016, but why does he have to die in 1865, instead of living longer? Why can't folks live a few years more?

It's alternate history, after all.

This is a reboot of another thread and I'm following their rules closes so Lincoln bites the dust by 1865 but not particularly from assasination
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Postby Sapientia Et Bellum » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:28 am

would yall not break the rules of the thread... the point is to ensure that we cant have 75 years of one president lmao
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Postby Endem » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:36 am

As OP I, unfortunately, need to render elections of 1804 and 1808 null because of breaking of rule 6
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Postby Petrolheadia » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:37 am

Sapientia Et Bellum wrote:would yall not break the rules of the thread... the point is to ensure that we cant have 75 years of one president lmao

So write something like "no unrealistic scenarios" or "no president can serve after turning 85". Done.
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Postby Petrolheadia » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:38 am

Endem wrote:
Petrolheadia wrote:Why is this rule here?

I get why Lincoln can't become president in 2016, but why does he have to die in 1865, instead of living longer? Why can't folks live a few years more?

It's alternate history, after all.

This is a reboot of another thread and I'm following their rules closes so Lincoln bites the dust by 1865 but not particularly from assasination

If you don't think the rules are that good, then why follow them?
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Sapientia Et Bellum wrote:1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned[/b]
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to the The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
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Postby Endem » Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:02 pm

Petrolheadia wrote:
Sapientia Et Bellum wrote:would yall not break the rules of the thread... the point is to ensure that we cant have 75 years of one president lmao

So write something like "no unrealistic scenarios" or "no president can serve after turning 85". Done.

We already have no unrealistic presidents
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Petrolheadia wrote:
Endem wrote:This is a reboot of another thread and I'm following their rules closes so Lincoln bites the dust by 1865 but not particularly from assasination

If you don't think the rules are that good, then why follow them?

You are the one that does not like it in fact I think they are pretty good, the only thing I wasn't a fan of was that elections ended at 2016 and because of this I extended a length of a round to 2020
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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
1808 - John Adams - Federalist - following sixteen years of Southern domination in D.C., prominent New England lawman John Adams is elected to the presidency. Much of his term is spent trying to undo his predecessors' actions against states' rights in the North, and the 1811 Supreme Court case Lee v. Massachusetts cemented state antislavery laws as constitutional. President Adams also expanded diplomatic and economic relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands; through postwar negotiations with the French Empire, the United States acquired the French territory of Louisiana, but many within Adams' party questioned the constitutionality of the deal.
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1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
1808 - John Adams - Federalist - following sixteen years of Southern domination in D.C., prominent New England lawman John Adams is elected to the presidency. Much of his term is spent trying to undo his predecessors' actions against states' rights in the North, and the 1811 Supreme Court case Lee v. Massachusetts cemented state antislavery laws as constitutional. President Adams also expanded diplomatic and economic relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands; through postwar negotiations with the French Empire, the United States acquired the French territory of Louisiana, but many within Adams' party questioned the constitutionality of the deal.
1812 - John Adams - Federalist - Adams is the first president to get reelected and the first to win by a small margin, he continued his strike on slavery and allowed it only in far South states, during his cadence he continued his international policy and strengthen relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands but his approval thought still huge in the Northern States, it plummeted to near zero in Southern States.
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Postby Arcturus Novus » Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:23 pm

1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
1808 - John Adams - Federalist - following sixteen years of Southern domination in D.C., prominent New England lawman John Adams is elected to the presidency. Much of his term is spent trying to undo his predecessors' actions against states' rights in the North, and the 1811 Supreme Court case Lee v. Massachusetts cemented state antislavery laws as constitutional. President Adams also expanded diplomatic and economic relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands; through postwar negotiations with the French Empire, the United States acquired the French territory of Louisiana, but many within Adams' party questioned the constitutionality of the deal.
1812 - John Adams - Federalist - Adams is the first president to get reelected and the first to win by a small margin, he continued his strike on slavery and allowed it only in far South states, during his cadence he continued his international policy and strengthen relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands but his approval thought still huge in the Northern States, it plummeted to near zero in Southern States.
1816 - John Marshall - Federalist - President Adams declines to run for a third term, citing opposition in the South among his reasons. The Federalists nominate moderate Virginian John Marshall, who narrowly wins against a re-branded Southern Rights Party, now calling themselves the Liberal Party. As a Virginian, Marshall attempts to reconcile Federalist sensibilities with an increasingly distant southern population, but the country remains stuck in ideological gridlock. Notable events under the Marshall administration include: the admission of a new state, Louisiana, from the southernmost portion of the Louisiana Territory; an uptick of Dutch immigrants to New York and New Jersey; a split in the 1818 Congress between Liberals in the House and Federalists in the Senate; and official recognition of Cherokee sovereignty in their claimed territories in 1819.
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Postby Sapientia Et Bellum » Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:00 pm

1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
1808 - John Adams - Federalist - following sixteen years of Southern domination in D.C., prominent New England lawman John Adams is elected to the presidency. Much of his term is spent trying to undo his predecessors' actions against states' rights in the North, and the 1811 Supreme Court case Lee v. Massachusetts cemented state antislavery laws as constitutional. President Adams also expanded diplomatic and economic relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands; through postwar negotiations with the French Empire, the United States acquired the French territory of Louisiana, but many within Adams' party questioned the constitutionality of the deal.
1812 - John Adams - Federalist - Adams is the first president to get reelected and the first to win by a small margin, he continued his strike on slavery and allowed it only in far South states, during his cadence he continued his international policy and strengthen relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands but his approval thought still huge in the Northern States, it plummeted to near zero in Southern States.
1816 - John Marshall - Federalist - President Adams declines to run for a third term, citing opposition in the South among his reasons. The Federalists nominate moderate Virginian John Marshall, who narrowly wins against a re-branded Southern Rights Party, now calling themselves the Liberal Party. As a Virginian, Marshall attempts to reconcile Federalist sensibilities with an increasingly distant southern population, but the country remains stuck in ideological gridlock. Notable events under the Marshall administration include: the admission of a new state, Louisiana, from the southernmost portion of the Louisiana Territory; an uptick of Dutch immigrants to New York and New Jersey; a split in the 1818 Congress between Liberals in the House and Federalists in the Senate; and official recognition of Cherokee sovereignty in their claimed territories in 1819.
1820 - Francis Scott Key - American Nationalist Party - A lawyer and fierce American nationalist, Key and several allies form the American Nationalist Party. The Party drawns large amounts of support from the Federalist Party and even some from the liberals thus creating a situation in which neither party can compete in the 1820 election. Key wins by a small margin and begins to push protectionist trade policies, free market reforms, as well as annuls all foreign treaties and deals. He runs for a second term in 1820 as the favorite.
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Postby Wunderstrafanstalt » Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:16 pm

1788 - George Washington - Non-Aligned
1792 - Francis Marion - Southern Rights Party - Francis Marion, a well-known officer in South Carolina, forms the Southern Rights Party which focuses on ensuring the continuation of slavery in the face of the fierce debates over the topic in the 1880s. He sweeps the south in the election along with Maryland and Delaware which tips the election in his favor over Washington. His presidency is marked by isolationism and the continuance of southern traditions. He dies during the final year of his term.
1796 - Thomas Jefferson - Southern Rights Party mostly continues Marion's policy and installs Jim Crow laws into all states, while his major move was ending the isolationism and starting to trade with countries such as France, Netherlands, and Prussia.
1800 - Christopher Gadsden - Southern Rights Party - Cementing the one-term precedent, Jefferson declines to run in 1800. The Southern Rights Party quickly nominates Christopher Gadsden, a brigadier general from South Carolina. His election is marked by flipping the state of Pennsylvania to The Southern Rights Party. His presidency is noted by the destruction of anti-slavery movements in the north and the expansion of slavery into New England factories. Gadsen passes away near the end of his term.
1804 - Charles Cotesworth Pinckney - Southern Rights Party
Following the one term policy Gadsen does not run in next election Southern Rights nominate Pinckney for their next candidate, while maintaining his predecessor domestic policy he allies himself with Britain against Napoleon ( a move making him unpopular ) which leads to faster defeat of Napoleon
1808 - John Adams - Federalist - following sixteen years of Southern domination in D.C., prominent New England lawman John Adams is elected to the presidency. Much of his term is spent trying to undo his predecessors' actions against states' rights in the North, and the 1811 Supreme Court case Lee v. Massachusetts cemented state antislavery laws as constitutional. President Adams also expanded diplomatic and economic relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands; through postwar negotiations with the French Empire, the United States acquired the French territory of Louisiana, but many within Adams' party questioned the constitutionality of the deal.
1812 - John Adams - Federalist - Adams is the first president to get reelected and the first to win by a small margin, he continued his strike on slavery and allowed it only in far South states, during his cadence he continued his international policy and strengthen relations with Great Britain and the Netherlands but his approval thought still huge in the Northern States, it plummeted to near zero in Southern States.
1816 - John Marshall - Federalist - President Adams declines to run for a third term, citing opposition in the South among his reasons. The Federalists nominate moderate Virginian John Marshall, who narrowly wins against a re-branded Southern Rights Party, now calling themselves the Liberal Party. As a Virginian, Marshall attempts to reconcile Federalist sensibilities with an increasingly distant southern population, but the country remains stuck in ideological gridlock. Notable events under the Marshall administration include: the admission of a new state, Louisiana, from the southernmost portion of the Louisiana Territory; an uptick of Dutch immigrants to New York and New Jersey; a split in the 1818 Congress between Liberals in the House and Federalists in the Senate; and official recognition of Cherokee sovereignty in their claimed territories in 1819.
1820 - Francis Scott Key - American Nationalist Party - A lawyer and fierce American nationalist, Key and several allies form the American Nationalist Party. The Party drawns large amounts of support from the Federalist Party and even some from the liberals thus creating a situation in which neither party can compete in the 1820 election. Key wins by a small margin and begins to push protectionist trade policies, free market reforms, as well as annuls all foreign treaties and deals. He runs for a second term in 1820 as the favorite.
1824 - Francis Scott Key - American Nationalist Party
Without the Missouri crisis damaging the US economy, Key was reelected with comfortable margin. He intensified the "era of good feelings" and saw the decline of partisan influence. His administration pushed for federal infrastructure and education, while authorizing the creation of The American Value as a national ideology to rally with, as well as designing an awesome and very patriotic national anthem. With many backings, he decided to run for a third term.

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Postby Wunderstrafanstalt » Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:19 pm

OOC: NOOOOO! i wanted to launch this thread, i've even have the draft already. Also question: for future reference, can we have a king and an elected president?

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The Continel - Jovesday, 12019-3-3: Big Green Axe planetary carbon tax and cap program in action starting 1 Maxxch 12019, fossil energy taxed up to 40% | Hayska orders investigation after a suspiciously positioned potted plant fell and landed 3m from the president during BGA announcement in Narclaw.
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Postby Endem » Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:46 pm

Wunderstrafanstalt wrote:OOC: NOOOOO! i wanted to launch this thread, i've even have the draft already. Also question: for future reference, can we have a king and an elected president?

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:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: It's just like this thread, first one to post, first one to serve, and yes we can have king and elected president

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