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I’m thinking something along the lines of this, Eisenhower easily defeats Truman but finds himself having to first deal with the successful test of Joe-1, the collapse of the KMT in mainland China. Would Stalin have given the green light to Kim Il Sung knowing that a military man was in the White House? I suspect so, depending on to what extent hair electricity song Eisenhower begins to re-arm the South, alongside the birth of NATO. Kim mutters, but he doesn’t have enough pilots to fuel those shiny new jets of his, and contradicting Uncle Joe didn’t exactly end well for the Czechs. Meanwhile a small ‘c’ conservative agenda is pursued at home, with relative peace abroad, and whilst the economy booms, Ronald Reagan is very angry at those greedy Republicans preventing the working man from reaping the benefits, General Electric is part of the problem, so he looks for work elsewhere.

Whilst Eisenhower’s second term promises more of the same, the sudden death of political ally Robert Taft is a blow in the legislative battle against a Democrat controlled House, and though he battles on, the strain of six years in office is simply too much when he collapses by his desk in late 1955. Prime Minister Eden needs to help his predessecor down the steps at Arlington, he achieved great things from his decade in office but the years of keeping his party together have began to show.

The resulting Warren and Kefuaver administrations promote a heavy domestic focus whilst the Second Moscow Conference helps ensure a final settlement to the issues of Soviet security and reconstruction. Premier Beria is pleased, and viciously crushes anyone who isn’t in the era of the ‘Cold Peace’. John F Kennedy inherits an United States where education and healthcare are all but guaranteed t gasthuys but struggles to reach a final compromise over Civil Rights though squeezes through based off of continued economic prosperity. Whilst the joint US-USSR Lunar Landing is an achievement not only in human ingenuity but in cooperation, the revelation of JFK’s more base desires by two young Washington Post investigators leaves the nations highest office gasbuddy in turmoil. John Lindsay’s fresh face seems just the solution, until he turns out to be rather hopeless outside of winning elections, and despite his assurances that America is ‘still a fun place’, the American people disagree when they sweep Ronald Reagan into office, his solutions are radical, yes, but with the collapse of Bretton Woods it’s clear that the status quo isn’t all that great either…

I’m thinking something along the lines of this, Eisenhower easily defeats Truman but finds himself having to first deal with the successful test of Joe-1, the collapse of the KMT in mainland China. Would Stalin have given the green light to Kim Il Sung knowing that a military man was in the White House? I suspect so, depending on to what extent Eisenhower begins to re-arm the South, alongside the birth of NATO. Kim mutters, but he doesn’t have enough pilots to fuel those shiny new jets of his, and contradicting Uncle Joe didn’t exactly end well for the Czechs. Meanwhile a small ‘c’ conservative agenda is pursued at home, with relative peace abroad, and whilst the economy booms, Ronald Reagan is very angry at those greedy Republicans preventing the working man from reaping the benefits, General Electric is part of the problem, so he looks for work elsewhere

. Whilst Eisenhower’s second temr promises more of the same, the sudden death of political ally Robert Taft, is a blow in the legislative battle against a Democrat controlled House, and though he battles on, the strain of six years in office is simply too much when he collapses by his m power electricity desk in late 1955. Prime Minister Eden needs to help his predessecor down the steps at Arlington, he achieved great things from his decade in office but the years of keeping his party together have began to show.

The resulting Warren and Kefuaver administrations promote a heavy domestic focus whilst the Second Moscow Conference helps ensure a final settlement to the issues of Soviet security and reconstruction. Premier Beria is pleased, and viciously crushes anyone who isn’t in the era of the ‘Cold Peace’. John F Kennedy inherits an United States where education and healthcare are all shell gas credit card 5 but guaranteed but struggles to reach a final compromise over Civil Rights though squeezes through based off of continued economic prosperity. Whilst the joint US-USSR Lunar Landing is an achievement not only in human ingenuity but in cooperation, the revelation of JFK’s more base desires by two young Washington Posts investigators leaves the nations highest office if turmoil. John Lindsay’s fresh face seems just the solution, until he turns out to be rather hopeless outside of winning elections, and despite his assurances that America is ‘still a fun place’, the American people disagree when they sweep Ronald Reagan into office, his solutions are radical, yes, but with the collapse of Bretton Woods it’s clear that the status quo isn’t all that great either…

[1] As 4 years prior, the 1856 Democratic Convention is deadlocked between Buchanan, Pierce, and a minority Douglas faction. Douglas and Cass give their votes to Houston after a back door discussion with pro-Houston forces. By the 20th Ballot he has a majority, and by the 21st he is unanimously backed. A fierce battle happens between Houston and Fremont, both sides accusing the other of various personal indignities, such as being secret Catholics, drunks, and of falsified military success. Narrowly Houston beats Fremont and the surprise candidate electricity outage sacramento of former Whig President Fillmore who stole a few border states and nearly sent the election to Congress.

The Houston Administration saw much of the maverick actions he had made as Senator, including the refusal to accept the Lecompton Constitution, and the compromise that lead to passing the Leavenworth Constitution and Federal monitoring of all territorial elections. Southerners were enraged and burned effigies of Houston, newspapers calling him a Scalawag and a Abolitionist puppett [sic] among other things. When the sounds of secession came General Winfield Scott advised him to move soldiers and supplies to protect federal forts, which gas density he did.

After several months of standoffs, cooler heads prevailed and the cries died down, for now. The House elections for the Democrats were not so good, hemorrhaged nationwide by the debacle of 1857, and losing the majority to the Republicans. Never the less, Houston managed on with a Senate Majority, now with former representative Abraham Lincoln taking his Vice-President’s former seat.

[2]By 1860 Houston suffered the problem the previous two Presidents had, no strong popularity anywhere. Slaveholders were made at his perceived weakness to abolitionists, Republicans were willing to work with him, but distrusted his long held slaveholding, which he ended before coming to the White House, and were ready to elect one of their own. The Democrats of 1860 split this time into two factions, Douglas Democrats who wanted to work with the Union, and Alexander H. Stephens supporters who felt the United States no longer supported them and gas prices going up was actively working against them. After the election of Republican Senator Abraham Lincoln multiple states convened to draft an Ordinance of Secession, 7 states (later 9) convinced ( South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, and then North Carolina, and Tennessee). Texas stayed loyal to Houston, and Virginia voted by close margins to not secede. A Civil War had started, and one side had the population and the industry, while the other had only grit and perseverance.