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Alexandria - 1900

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Hey all,

I'm going to do a historical version of Alexandria set in 1900, 2 years after Alexandria's Democratic Constitutional Convention (and a grand coalition Conservative-Liberal government being set up):

PARTIES:

Conservative (center-right)

Liberal (center-left/centrist)

Radical (left-wing revolutionaries)

Carlist (right-wing reactionaries)

issues

Armed Forces

Britannia Relations

Church and State

Constitution

Economic Policy

Empire

Federalism

Gold Standard

Infrastructure

Land Reform

Monarchy

Natural Resources

New Alexandria

Poverty

Race Relations

Taxation

Trade

Workers' Rights

Provinces:

Rio Grande

Baudrix

Nueva Granada (to be renamed Bolivar)

Leifgrad-Baden

Corvocado

Galatia

Geneva

Ibelin

San Martin

Santander

New Alexandria

San Juan Bautista(to be renamed Teychili)

Valenciennes

Bourbon (to be renamed Napoleon)

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Looks good! I must say that I never seen or made an older fictionnal scenario from more than 40-50 years ago.

A good thing, will be to maybe have some of the ideas of the French political system at that time with a strong Monarchist Party. Also, Socialists were present at that time in France and the Radical Party were more populist at that time than center-left.

These are the party colors:

Conservative=Blue

Liberal=Red

Radical=Orange

Carlist=Gold

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Neat idea to have a historical micronation. I'd considered South Guanjin 1977 myself, set in the turbulent years right after the war with Tan Co's grandfather as the incumbent going for a fourth term, the SWNUPG banned but running as a coalition of independents, and a somewhat different mix of other parties (no Radical or Essentialist Parties, for instance).

As for this one, it looks very promising. Keep up the good work!

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Looks good! I must say that I never seen or made an older fictionnal scenario from more than 40-50 years ago.

A good thing, will be to maybe have some of the ideas of the French political system at that time with a strong Monarchist Party. Also, Socialists were present at that time in France and the Radical Party were more populist at that time than center-left.

These are the party colors:

Conservative=Blue

Liberal=Red

Radical=Orange

Carlist=Gold

Hey Matavail,

You were really close:

Conservative=Blue

Liberal=Red

Radical=Green

Carlist=Yellow

Basically the Socialist movement in Alexandria was pretty weak until the 1920s. At this point the Liberals are basically a merger of classical & social liberals as well as socialists (similar to the Lib-Lab pact in the UK or the Liberals in much of Latin America).

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Maybe, if I have time.

It would be awesome if someone did decades worth of elections for one fictional nation, would be fascinating.

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If any of you guys want to come up with characters, post them here.

use politician or people from 1890-1930. no females, since women were not enfranchised until 1931 in Alexandria.

Can I use Mussolini's portrait for a Carlist?

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Technically, I based them off of the Spanish Carlists who plagued the country during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Basically they were supporters of a reactionary duke who opposed the liberal monarchists and claimed he was the rightful King.

In this case, the split in Alexandria occurred between the German Carl Hohenzollern (Charles X) and the Spanish Queen Teresa Portela (Teresa I) during the 1870s, with the Portela dynasty emerging victorious from the bloody civil war. However, the Carlists still remain strong in German areas due to their affinity for the Hohenzollern family and distrust of the French and Spanish-speakers who supported the Portelas. They are a cross-class party, but they are led by aristocrats.

The Radicals are descendants of the Jacobin rebels of the 18th century, and obtain support from idealistic students, agrarian and working-class rebels, Indians, and the non-white bourgeois.

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And with the finishing touches complete, the scenario is ready for beta-testing.

Send me a copy, please. You know my address. And please reply to the e-mail I sent you several days ago.

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