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This modern era politics is gonna be interesting... Libertarian Liberals to contrast Conservative Pro-business is gonna be spicy in later elections.

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47 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

OOC: Yeah, I meant the third to last and the last will edit.

Ok, nevermind! 

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2 hours ago, Kingthero said:

This modern era politics is gonna be interesting... Libertarian Liberals to contrast Conservative Pro-business is gonna be spicy in later elections.

Yeah, I get the feeling Conservatives are far too socially conservative for a Libertarian platform so this should be interesting. I only say that because the nation is already markedly more socially conservative than in our timeline so the Right-Wing Party would be even MORE socially conservative compared to OTL Libertarianism.

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1 minute ago, Reagan04 said:

Yeah, I get the feeling Conservatives are far too socially conservative for a Libertarian platform so this should be interesting. I only say that because the nation is already markedly more socially conservative than in our timeline so the Right-Wing Party would be even MORE socially conservative compared to OTL Libertarianism.

I could see 4 different parties developing at some point, a sort of Conservative, Libertarian, Socialist, Liberal thing.

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Liberal Primary Debate (Primary Debates will have one question, with up to two followup responses per candidate allowed for a candidate to respond to the other's answer, per candidate for sake of time) [Also crunched together]

 

QUESTION

 

ANSWER

 

OPPONENT REPLY

 

REPLY

 

OPPONENT REPLY

 

REPLY

 

@Hestia11 @Sami

 

By random draw, Senator Crankford gets the first question.

 

Senator Crankford, your campaign has highlighted the importance of American dominance and how we should have a strong influence on foreign affairs for the sake of economic gain. What makes you believe that policies related to our global influence will grow our economy?

 

Senator Turner, you have called to freeze military spending and no longer intervene on international conflicts. The war is very popular sir; how do you justify this position to a mainstream population so content with the war?

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Senator Crankford, your campaign has highlighted the importance of American dominance and how we should have a strong influence on foreign affairs for the sake of economic gain. What makes you believe that policies related to our global influence will grow our economy?

 

Crankford: We have seen this happen in the past, through our actions helping France in their war that by forging a trade deal with them, it directly impacted our economy here at home by growing it and giving more jobs to the American people. It makes sense that this would happen if we would do it again, but this time with closer trade partners like Mexico and Canada. What makes me believe that this will happen, is that it has already happened. History has proven it. I would be proud to go to Ottawa and Mexico City to hammer out a trade deal that is beneficial to the American worker. Liberals will always stand up for the laborer, and by focusing on these deals, we would gain jobs and be able to pay a better wage to these workers. We have also made successful deals with Portugal and the Netherlands, which have both impacted the nation positively. For many border states, these deals would give their states a needed boost to jump-start local economies by being so close to other nations that would be willing to buy American.

OOC: Is that long enough? I didn't know how long to make it. @Kingthero

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42 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Senator Crankford, your campaign has highlighted the importance of American dominance and how we should have a strong influence on foreign affairs for the sake of economic gain. What makes you believe that policies related to our global influence will grow our economy?

 

Crankford: We have seen this happen in the past, through our actions helping France in their war that by forging a trade deal with them, it directly impacted our economy here at home by growing it and giving more jobs to the American people. It makes sense that this would happen if we would do it again, but this time with closer trade partners like Mexico and Canada. What makes me believe that this will happen, is that it has already happened. History has proven it. I would be proud to go to Ottawa and Mexico City to hammer out a trade deal that is beneficial to the American worker. Liberals will always stand up for the laborer, and by focusing on these deals, we would gain jobs and be able to pay a better wage to these workers. We have also made successful deals with Portugal and the Netherlands, which have both impacted the nation positively. For many border states, these deals would give their states a needed boost to jump-start local economies by being so close to other nations that would be willing to buy American.

OOC: Is that long enough? I didn't know how long to make it. @Kingthero

That's great.

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OOC: Just an idea, but it seems like the debates might slow down the RP quite a bit. Maybe we should post all three, Socialist, Conservative, and Liberal all at the same time in order to keep it going quicker. Maybe just the initial answers, because I know it can get kind of bogged down here. 

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2 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

OOC: Just an idea, but it seems like the debates might slow down the RP quite a bit. Maybe we should post all three, Socialist, Conservative, and Liberal all at the same time in order to keep it going quicker. Maybe just the initial answers, because I know it can get kind of bogged down here. 

I would if there were other primaries. I can't do generals until primaries are over. I'll give it a 24 hour default like usual.

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9 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

I would if there were other primaries. I can't do generals until primaries are over. I'll give it a 24 hour default like usual.

Okay haha, I was wondering if there were other primaries 

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2 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

OOC: Just an idea, but it seems like the debates might slow down the RP quite a bit. Maybe we should post all three, Socialist, Conservative, and Liberal all at the same time in order to keep it going quicker. Maybe just the initial answers, because I know it can get kind of bogged down here. 

 

28 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

I would if there were other primaries. I can't do generals until primaries are over. I'll give it a 24 hour default like usual.

OOC: Perhaps debate performances could become a subject to the dice roll as well. I also think this could slow down the RP very much.

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16 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

 

OOC: Perhaps debate performances could become a subject to the dice roll as well. I also think this could slow down the RP very much.

OOC: I second this.

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1 hour ago, MBDemSoc said:

OOC: I second this.

I third it lol

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Wars are costly, not only in money, but also in brave men who could be productive workforce in our country. What Senator Crankford says is right on one point ; it is profitable when we increase our trade with other nations, this only can make us richer. But to that I answer : we do not need costly wars to achieve this, it is not necessary. We need to concentrate our efforts on inteligent diplomacy, on keeping our current global influence and dominatino through diplomatical channels with our allies, and by stoping wars that are costly, and end up creating us many long term ennemies and problems, even when we consider having winning it. We should declare war only when a nation attacks us directly, and start building our nation from the inside instead of from the outside, with way too much casualties. 

@Kingthero @Hestia11

 

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Alright, community calls for it; debates will be subject to dice roll, however I will still include the primary issue focus on the campaign thing.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

@Kingthero Do you want us to keep going or stop?

I'm posting the election results soon. Its unreasonable to have debates that last longer than a war.

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1928 Election

Welcome to the election of 1928! This election, we see the pretty much 100% guaranteed victory for the White House, but the potential for a close House/Senate race.

 

Primaries

We had one significant primary, one in a party not usually having one: the Liberal Party.

 

Two very contrasting idea were brought up on the approach to war.

 

Crankford wants to use the war to grow both foreign influence and the economy, while Turner wants to not have any wars and to use peaceful diplomacy for everything.

 

Crankford: 78%

 

Turner: 22%

 

The war, being so popular, severely hurt Turner's support. His ideas may be good for the future, however.

 

General Election Round 1

 

Talbot/Hillsbury (Con) 416 EV 59% PV [All States but the ones below. (Including HI, CU, PR)]

Crankford/Brown (Lib) 146 EV 32% PV [KS, OK, MO, TN, AL, SC, VA, OH, NJ, CT, MA]

Thomas/Maurer (Soc) 0 EV 9% PV

 

RP Note: The Liberals managed to force the Conservatives into Round 2 after pulling pro-war voters back after implementing pro-intervention and anti-radical agendas.

 

Region Breakdown (Pop Vote)

 

New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI) : Tossup

Industrial Centers (NY, PA, OH, IL) : Lean Conservative

Industrial Midwest (WI, MI, IN) : Tossup

West Coast (CA, OR, WA, HI) : Lean Conservative

Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, TX) : Tossup

Southern Outskirts (LA, AR, MO, KY, WV, MD) :  Conservative

Deep South (MS, AL, GA) : Lean Liberal

Upper South (SC, NC, VA, TN) : Lean Liberal

West (NV, ID, MT, WY, CO, ND, SD, NE, KS) : Tossup

Swing States (MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL) : Lean Conservative

 

Congress

Liberal 50/102 Senate 46% US Rep

Conservatives 51/102 Senate 47% US Rep

Socialists 1/48 Senate 7% US Rep

RP Note: Conservatives maintain a majority in the Senate with a VP vote, but the House is split. I fixed the Senate seats, I had them divided by half.

 

@Conservative Elector 2 events later

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The de facto leaders of the Liberal Party, Sen. Crankford (L-AL), Minority Leader Paula Reur (L-IA), and Sen. Kayla Little (L-NJ) congratulate the President on his election win. Sen. Little is being prepped for a second run at the end of the term.

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Thomas and his running mate thank all the people who voted for the Socialist Labor Party in both the Presidential and Congressional races and they also congratulate the President on his reelection.

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1 hour ago, Hestia11 said:

The de facto leaders of the Liberal Party, Sen. Crankford (L-AL), Minority Leader Paula Reur (L-IA), and Sen. Kayla Little (L-NJ) congratulate the President on his election win. Sen. Little is being prepped for a second run at the end of the term.

 

43 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

Thomas and his running mate thank all the people who voted for the Socialist Labor Party in both the Presidential and Congressional races and they also congratulate the President on his reelection.

The President appreciates the congratulations and promises to end the war with victory and to further unit the country.  

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State of the Union after the Election of 1928

 

National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Germany, Great Britain, United States, France, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Austria, Sweden.

Military Strength: Our professional army is ~30,000 men and 50 ships, with a reserve army of ~120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently at war with the Japanese Empire. We are winning this war, and it is us, the French, and the Chinese against just Japan.

Military: Our military is active. Our navy is fully deployed around Japan, obstructing supply lines to Korea and protecting our invasion and supply lines. We control thirty miles of northern Japan, and forty miles of the northern east coast of Japan. We have 110,000 troops in the fight, and the French have 33,500 in the fight, against a force of 120,000 Japanese soldiers.

Economy: The economy is on a decline, as industries shift towards wartime production. Some people predict this war may branch out towards other wars, and may be acting hasty changing our industries.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 18% with Britain, 17% with Germany, 21% with France, and 24% with other non-radical European powers. Trade declines a bit as we are at war.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1934. Our budget consists of the income of 40% taxes 38% tariff 12% overseas territories/canals and 10% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 70% military 10% gov. upkeep 15% infrastructure and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is united strongly during our defensive war against the Japanese Empire.

Immigration: Immigration has begun to grow at a healthy pace.

Mood of the people: People are happy in the sense they are proud of their country's goals, but there are some worries about the economy.

Party Power: Conservatives have the Senate with a VP tiebreak, and the House is split.

 

Events and Decisions for March 1929 - March 1933 for Pres. Talbot @Conservative Elector 2

1) Alaska

Worrying about Russia dominance, the territory of Alaska wishes to follow suit with Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii by becoming a State. They lean Conservative, but are mainly rural focused.

2) Italian Pirates

As Italy has been falling down in global ranking, their socialist leader has sent a portion of the Italian Navy to bully merchants in South America, and to try to stir radical dissent. 

3) New York Smokeout

For the first time in recorded history, enough factory smog has collected over New York City to descend and smokeout most of the city. There have been no recorded fatalities, but the Governor has ordered people to stay indoors. Most notably, the New York Stock Exchange is questioning whether to close or not. Closing may bring serious focus on the smog issue, as business will be affected negatively by the closure. However, staying open could put lives at risk. The Governor is willing to listen to the President's advice for policy.

4) Engineering Marvels

As automobiles have gotten more popular, many brilliant minds have put together the best infrastructure ideas to implement. Recently, the State of California, working alongside popular car manufacturers, built a toll-free bridge connecting San-Francisco with the rest of California. While there were previous bridges, this new bridge can deal with both ship and car traffic, making California a smoother trade hub. 

 

Advisers suggest inviting these engineers to the White House to better organize Washington D.C.'s roads to match the rest of the nation. This will cost, however.

5) Rise of Major Franchise

With the growth of cars, many businesses have found it easy to open stores across multiple States. This year, C.K Nickel has announced its opening of two stores, one in Puerto Rico, and one in Cuba, to make it so they had a store in all 51 States. Small businesses are worried the growth of these businesses will threaten their own business, and lead to major monopolies and closeouts across the nation.

6) Military Technology

Sidenote: Tanks are not invented yet; the planes are up to date with our own timeline, and the same with the ships. Most ground technology is still Civil-War era, with the rest being 1890-era.

 

As the War in Japan has seen its many holdouts, inventors across the nation have gotten to work to make potentially helpful technology to help the war effort.

 

A few tests have been successful, but no final designs have been sent to the military. There are requests to create a Sub-Department of Military Engineering to be led by the Department of Defense, with an additional increase in military funding, to help grow technology for this and future wars.

7) Global Trade

European industries have been growing, which has slightly hurt our thriving automobile and arms industries. There are no worries at a business level, but some economists share that we should seek to expand into more third-world markets in order to create more trade revenue and more alliances. Military advisers agree and state we should even "send people to show them how great our technology is". We would likely make more money, but third-world countries may become much more technological than they are/were in our timeline.

😎 Spanish Delegation

By an act of pure respect, the Government of Spain has sent over a delegation of high-ranking officials to officially grant the Philippines their independence, and wishes that we sign on to give them their independence as well. This agreement favors all parties, as this is a mutual agreement to let the Philippines decide their own path as a democracy.

9) Japanese War

President, it is time to make your next move. Utilize information provided in the past to aid your decision. The front is still the same; however the additional 30k reserves have arrived.

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

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12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1) Alaska

Worrying about Russia dominance, the territory of Alaska wishes to follow suit with Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii by becoming a State. They lean Conservative, but are mainly rural focused.

I have always believed in American exceptionalism and that it is our destiny to expand beyond limits. Therefore I fully endorse Alaska becoming a US State.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

2) Italian Pirates

As Italy has been falling down in global ranking, their socialist leader has sent a portion of the Italian Navy to bully merchants in South America, and to try to stir radical dissent. 

I order our merchants to not show any mercy with these pirates and fight back as strong as possible. I believe that our navy currently has to focus on Japan but if we have any free resources we should go there as well in order to protect international free trade. If Spain or Portugal still have influence in South America or if France is willing to join our fight to defend the free world once again, let us coordinate our operations together.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

3) New York Smokeout

For the first time in recorded history, enough factory smog has collected over New York City to descend and smokeout most of the city. There have been no recorded fatalities, but the Governor has ordered people to stay indoors. Most notably, the New York Stock Exchange is questioning whether to close or not. Closing may bring serious focus on the smog issue, as business will be affected negatively by the closure. However, staying open could put lives at risk. The Governor is willing to listen to the President's advice for policy.

We will not intervene in state affairs so this is just an advice to the Governor of New York. Personally I feel like economical growth is the most important thing we have to achieve and defend. But closing these facilities for some days would not put our goals at risk. Perhaps it could raise the awareness for people's needs, because when we are reaching a point at which people's lifes could be in danger we have to rethink our current way a bit.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

4) Engineering Marvels

As automobiles have gotten more popular, many brilliant minds have put together the best infrastructure ideas to implement. Recently, the State of California, working alongside popular car manufacturers, built a toll-free bridge connecting San-Francisco with the rest of California. While there were previous bridges, this new bridge can deal with both ship and car traffic, making California a smoother trade hub. 

Advisers suggest inviting these engineers to the White House to better organize Washington D.C.'s roads to match the rest of the nation. This will cost, however.

We are willing to invite them despite the projected costs.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

5) Rise of Major Franchise

With the growth of cars, many businesses have found it easy to open stores across multiple States. This year, C.K Nickel has announced its opening of two stores, one in Puerto Rico, and one in Cuba, to make it so they had a store in all 51 States. Small businesses are worried the growth of these businesses will threaten their own business, and lead to major monopolies and closeouts across the nation.

Of course it is our duty to protect small businesses. The Conservative Party has always been in favor of lowering taxes, therefore I would propose to cut corporate taxes for small businesses for additional 5% in order to tackle their needs. I also invite representatives of small businesses and big businesses to the White House in order to hear the worries directly and in order to set up potential treaties of which both sides could gain a profit.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

6) Military Technology

Sidenote: Tanks are not invented yet; the planes are up to date with our own timeline, and the same with the ships. Most ground technology is still Civil-War era, with the rest being 1890-era.

As the War in Japan has seen its many holdouts, inventors across the nation have gotten to work to make potentially helpful technology to help the war effort.

A few tests have been successful, but no final designs have been sent to the military. There are requests to create a Sub-Department of Military Engineering to be led by the Department of Defense, with an additional increase in military funding, to help grow technology for this and future wars.

We will grant all these requests since we have seen already how quickly we are able to attacked by foreign enemies. We need to be prepared. That's one of our most important tasks

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

7) Global Trade

European industries have been growing, which has slightly hurt our thriving automobile and arms industries. There are no worries at a business level, but some economists share that we should seek to expand into more third-world markets in order to create more trade revenue and more alliances. Military advisers agree and state we should even "send people to show them how great our technology is". We would likely make more money, but third-world countries may become much more technological than they are/were in our timeline.

For me expanding into other parts of the world is a great opportunity to promote American exceptionalism and friendliness. When we are able to form strong bonds with other nations we are able to achieve more and more allies who are willing to stand side by side with us even during the darkest hours.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

😎 Spanish Delegation

By an act of pure respect, the Government of Spain has sent over a delegation of high-ranking officials to officially grant the Philippines their independence, and wishes that we sign on to give them their independence as well. This agreement favors all parties, as this is a mutual agreement to let the Philippines decide their own path as a democracy.

If Spain, an exceptional ally of in the past grants these requests we are also willing to follow their step.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

9) Japanese War

President, it is time to make your next move. Utilize information provided in the past to aid your decision. The front is still the same; however the additional 30k reserves have arrived.

I order the additional 30k reserves to take part fully on our advance to fight our way straight into Tokyo. I believe when we hold their capital the war is more or less over. No changes to demoralizing and revolutionary propaganda material. We are also willing to calm down or post-war program of Japan. We do no longer request a right to unseat their government and we do no longer want them to report to us directly. However, a weekly phone call on suspicious events and so on would be highly appreciated.

As Japan is clearly losing the war try to inquire if they are willing to surrender in order to reduce the pain for the civilian population. I would love to see an end of the blood-shed as fast as possible.

We would like to see an independent Korea after the war as well. It shall also have an American-type government (Senate and House and so on), an elected prime minister and an emperor as uniting power as ceremonial head of state. My advisers already found a nobleman loyal to our cause who will lead the nation. Prince Woojong shall be known as Emperor Woojong if we are able to liberate Korea.

12 hours ago, Kingthero said:

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

I would like to inquire if people in our nation are supportive of conscription at this time. Sadly we have lost many men in Japan and our professional army is not as strong as it should be. We learned that a war can come very quickly. I believe we not train and prepare our citizens to defend themselves. I would support to give young men a 12 months basic instruction.

Additionally I would like to see more advertising for our troop in order to get men joining our army and fill up the places of our fallen heroes.

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Congress @MBDemSoc @Hestia11

 

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I have always believed in American exceptionalism and that it is our destiny to expand beyond limits. Therefore I fully endorse Alaska becoming a US State.

 

 

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Of course it is our duty to protect small businesses. The Conservative Party has always been in favor of lowering taxes, therefore I would propose to cut corporate taxes for small businesses for additional 5% in order to tackle their needs.

 

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I would like to inquire if people in our nation are supportive of conscription at this time. Sadly we have lost many men in Japan and our professional army is not as strong as it should be. We learned that a war can come very quickly. I believe we not train and prepare our citizens to defend themselves. I would support to give young men a 12 months basic instruction.

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@Conservative Elector 2

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I order our merchants to not show any mercy with these pirates and fight back as strong as possible. I believe that our navy currently has to focus on Japan but if we have any free resources we should go there as well in order to protect international free trade. If Spain or Portugal still have influence in South America or if France is willing to join our fight to defend the free world once again, let us coordinate our operations together.

This one got a super high roll, gonna have some fun with this one.

 

A group of merchants, men that are very patriotic about the war effort, and knowing that the Italian Pirates would be left alone, decided to form their own merchant navy, buy surplus Gatling Guns and cannons, and sail down and one by one mowed down every single Italian Pirate ship that ever crossed into the Western Hemisphere with no casualties. They flew under the Polish flag in order to act anonymous, and that flag even attracted their victims even more.

 

The Italian Pirate threat is hereby extinct. The country of Italy is too embarrassed to protect its pirate mission.

 

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We will not intervene in state affairs so this is just an advice to the Governor of New York. Personally I feel like economical growth is the most important thing we have to achieve and defend. But closing these facilities for some days would not put our goals at risk. Perhaps it could raise the awareness for people's needs, because when we are reaching a point at which people's lifes could be in danger we have to rethink our current way a bit.

This response was seen by the People as avoiding the issue at hand, and the Governor decided to keep things open. Smokeouts become a more frequent norm in New York City, though the public is more aware of the issue.

 

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We are willing to invite them despite the projected costs.

For an increase in the Infrastructure budget over the course of the next 4-12 years, D.C. will look very professional and make our Capital shine among others in the world.

 

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I also invite representatives of small businesses and big businesses to the White House in order to hear the worries directly and in order to set up potential treaties of which both sides could gain a profit.

Both sides do not get along, and nothing of note was accomplished.

 

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We will grant all these requests since we have seen already how quickly we are able to attacked by foreign enemies. We need to be prepared. That's one of our most important tasks

The sub-department is created, however no progress is done.

 

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For me expanding into other parts of the world is a great opportunity to promote American exceptionalism and friendliness. When we are able to form strong bonds with other nations we are able to achieve more and more allies who are willing to stand side by side with us even during the darkest hours.

Trade gets slightly boosted, but no formal deals are made.

 

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If Spain, an exceptional ally of in the past grants these requests we are also willing to follow their step.

The Philippines is now independent.

 

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Additionally I would like to see more advertising for our troop in order to get men joining our army and fill up the places of our fallen heroes.

Advertising stirs some interest, but people were already interested due to the high support for the war.

 

SOLDIER STATUS:

 

China makes an extraordinary push into Korea, officially making all 45,000 Japanese Troops in Korea surrender. China sends to us that while they will continue to occupy Korea until the War's end, they plan on annexing it into their empire after the war.

 

Japan inflicts heavy casualties on our men before the invasion, causing 4,500 American deaths, 3,500 French deaths, and 3,000 Japanese deaths.

 

However, once the additional troops arrive, American and French troops order an invasion of Japan, pushing 140 additional miles into Japan's heartland. We are now assaulting the city of Sendai, however word has just reached that before you could even organize plans, the city surrendered and your forces pushed an additional 20 miles into Japan. Fukushima is now under siege.

 

We lost 4,000 men and France lost 1,500, but the Japanese lost 9,000.

 

Active- 26,500 (16,500 in the Pacific Front and 10,000 protecting bases)

Active Reserve- 75,000 (Ready for Invasions)

Inactive Reserve- 40,000 (Are ready to be deployed.)

Navy: 50 ships.

French: 28,500 Men + Naval support

Japanese: ~110,000 men left on Japanese mainland.

 

WAR POPULARITY:

 

War popularity took a small hit, and is now around 86%.

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