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A possibility (though I'm not really sure how, or if, it could really be done easily in this game engine) is the option of a Lafollette/Debs ticket to unite and consolidate the organized labour vote. I personally don't know how well the two men actually got along, or whether or not they at all saw eye-to-eye politically outside of a concern for the common working man, but I thought I'd throw it out there since you are big on "what-if's."

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You could do Patine's idea as a separate party. That way you still have the separate parties still, but you would have the combined one(for what if)

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@Booth

Thanks. I'll change it.

@Viking and Patine

LaFollette and the Progressives actually didn't get a long with Debs. In fact, joining forces with Debs would have ruined LaFollette politically. 1920 is during the Red Scare, his objective is trying to show that the Progressives are not Socialists.

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