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AARs like this one and Nathan Madien's Presidents are fantastic. Love seeing the long-term AARs that show the repercussions of decisions on history, not just the war. Keep this one alive!!!!!
Darn... Teddy won't get too far if his party keeps being so divided...
Among other things it called for registration of lobbyists, campaign contribution limits and more open congressional procedures in an era when the smoke filled room, rather than the ballot box, remained the locus of most governmental decisions.
I wish Taft was in a position to win, but since he isn't, I'd rather see Teddy than Wilson, even if their economic views are probably more similar than dissimilar.
At least Teddy won't be an isolationist one day then enter the war the next.
Alright, so my (mis-) adventures in AAR land have been stalled for some time, because of various evil outside agitators (read: I'm incredibly lazy).
Firstly, does this AAR even deserve a revival?
Secondly, should I proceed (after say... November) with my six planned updates for 1912, (something which, while interesting, has really been holding me back) or should I just do one quick n' dirty update on 1912 and then move on towards 1913 and the meatier parts of my story?