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THE BUSINESS PLOT

Welcome to my first AAR! Thanks for checking it out. As this is my first AAR, I'm open to any and all comments, and any support offered would be greatly appreciated. I have some loose ideas for the story line, but as the game progresses I suppose that anything could happen. The premise for this AAR is based on a what-if of American history, for the most part unknown to the majority of Americans. I hope you enjoy!!!

Introduction

In the summer of 1933, after the initial flood of new legislation passed by FDR during his "First 100 Days", a group of prominent American businessmen and anti-"New Deal" politicians came together to discuss the current situation in the United States. This group of businessmen was extremely wary of FDR's plans for getting America out of the Great Depression. To them, FDR's proposals seemed too much like socialism or communism. They decided that something had to be done to preserve the traditional American economic system.

The group eventually decided that only the most drastic and decisive of actions would suffice.

The group moved swiftly, knowing that every day that passed would make their final goal all the more difficult. Luckily for them, funding would not pose a problem, as many of the businessmen were multi-millionaires. In October 1933, the plotters founded the American Liberty League, which would act as a public front for the group's activities.

The founders of the Liberty League were public figures, well-known by most Americans. They included:
Al Smith: A former governor of New York and political rival of FDR.
John Davis: A former Democratic presidential candidate and attorney for J.P. Morgan.
Grayson Murphy: Director of Goodyear, Bethlehem Steel, and a group of J.P. Morgan banks.
Gerald MacGuire: Bond salesman and former commander of the Connecticut American Legion.
John Raskob: Former chairman of the Democratic Party and high-ranking Du Pont officer.
Irenee Du Pont: Right-wing chemical industrialist.
William Doyle: Former state commander of the American Legion.
Robert Clark: One of Wall Street's richest bankers and stockbrokers.

The Liberty League quickly became the most vocal opponent of FDR's New Deal legislation, using its business ties to launch a massive propaganda campaign against the "attack on America's conservative traditions." While not all American's were convinced, many began to question the direction in which Roosevelt was taking the USA.

The leadership of MacGuire and Doyle helped the Liberty League gain the support of the American Legion, an organization of war veterans formed in 1919. In 1933, members of the Legion were only 15 years removed from the Great War, and if properly organized and financed, could represent a major threat to the government of FDR. The plotters recognized this and decided a show of force would be the best way to achieve their goal.

It was realized that a popular military figure and organizer would be indispensable to the success of the plot. In early 1934, MacGuire was instructed to approach retired Major General Smedley Butler in order to gain his support. Butler was incredibly popular among both Great War veterans; he had been present in 1932 when the infamous "Bonus Army" demonstrated in Washington, lending his support and giving encouragement to the protestors. He was also popular with ordinary citizens, being one of the most decorated war heroes in United States history, and his involvement would help add legitimacy to the plot.

MacGuire's mission was vital to the final outcome. If he failed, the likelihood of failure would increase dramatically. MacGuire and Butler met in person on January 29, 1934. The general sat quietly and listened as MacGuire outlined the plot for nearly an hour. At the end of the meeting, Butler said little and left. MacGuire feared that he had failed.

A week later, Butler contacted MacGuire and requested that they meet. MacGuire readily agreed, and grew anxious as he waited for Butler to arrive at the agreed upon location. When Butler finally arrived, he made small talk for 10 minutes, adding to MacGuire's apprehension. Finally, Butler addressed the issue at hand: would he join the plot or wouldn't he. After a pause, which seemed to MacGuire to last for a lifetime, Butler agreed to join the conspiracy and play his part.

To be continued...
 

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Uh oh, will the new US align towards Germany or will it be independent.
 

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GeneralHannibal said:
Uh oh, will the new US align towards Germany or will it be independent.

Realistically a U.S. ruled by conservative business interests would be isolationist, and play both sides off each other, but that would make for a rather boring AAR ;) .
 

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The founders of the Liberty League were public figures, well-known by most Americans. They included:
Al Smith
The South won't like that... Interesting stuff.
 

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This looks like it could be very interesting. I look forward to see how things develop.
 

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Introduction continued...

Once Butler's support had been obtained, the plotters met again to discuss the final details of their plan. They continued to meet over the next three months, discussing possible difficulties and making preparations to ensure a smooth execution of the plot. The group also decided that MacGuire should be sent on another important mission, this time to Europe.

By July 1934, the conspirators believed that everything was ready. It had been a year since they had first met and decided action was needed. The propaganda campaign had begun to convince some Americans that a new direction was needed. Citizens were beginning to take notice of the American Liberty League. The plotters believed that their meticulous preparation would soon pay off.

The plan was this: General Butler would deliver an ultimatum to President Roosevelt, threatening to march on Washington D.C. with nearly 500,000 veteran troops if he didn't play along. FDR would pretend to become sick, announcing that his polio was affecting his ability to execute his duties as president. A new cabinet position would be created: Secretary of General Affairs. The new Secretary would be presented to the American people as an assistant to the President, taking over any duties that he felt he could not personally carry out. In actuality, the Secretary would be calling the shots, taking orders from the Liberty League plotters. Over time FDR would be pushed into the background, and if he ever attempted to cause trouble the conspirators would not hesitate to take care of him.

"You know the American people will swallow that. We have got the newspapers. We will start a campaign that the President's health is failing. Everyone can tell that by looking at him, and the dumb American people will fall for it in a second…" -Gerald MacGuire to Smedley Butler

On the first day of August, 1934, in the early morning, Smedley Butler had his meeting with Franklin Roosevelt. FDR was unsuspecting as he invited Butler into the Oval Office. Butler had told Roosevelt that he wanted to meet to once again discuss the issue of giving Great War veterans their bonus pensions immediately instead of in 1945. As Roosevelt began to speak, Butler cut him off. Butler took out a single sheet of paper from his breast pocket, and began to read the ultimatum to Roosevelt. Roosevelt listened in a state of shock, wondering if this was a joke. When Butler finished, he looked to Roosevelt and asked firmly what Roosevelt planned to do. For several long moments, Roosevelt said nothing. Finally, Butler demanded an answer, telling Roosevelt that the deadline for him to call off the veterans was quickly approaching. If Butler did not give the former troops a signal by the deadline, they would begin to assemble and execute their orders, and by evening Washington would be under their control.

Roosevelt tried to think quickly, wondering what to do...
 

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Talk about putting on the pressure. I suppose Roosevelt might think that if he folds he may yet be able to work against this, and spare the nation a revolution in the process. On the other hand, if he refuses and gambles all, well it could mean America ends up in some sort of dictatorship harsher than the plotters intend.
 

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Decisions decisions, if I was Roosevelt I'd say no and try to organize opposition as fast as I could.
 

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stnylan said:
Talk about putting on the pressure. I suppose Roosevelt might think that if he folds he may yet be able to work against this, and spare the nation a revolution in the process. On the other hand, if he refuses and gambles all, well it could mean America ends up in some sort of dictatorship harsher than the plotters intend.

Roosevelt should definitely think carefully about his options. How he reacts could have a big impact on the future of democracy in America...
 

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Almost scary in a set up because I could see that happening back then!
 

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Al Smith: A former governor of New York and political rival of FDR.
Grayson Murphy: Director of Goodyear, Bethlehem Steel, and a group of J.P. Morgan banks.
Gerald MacGuire: Bond salesman and former commander of the Connecticut American Legion.
William Doyle: Former state commander of the American Legion.

Damn Irish! I knew we shoulda thrown them into the ocean back in ought-four!
 

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Very interesting developments. :)
 

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I very glad someone used this little forgotten tale from American history as an AAR, I suppose its a little jump to turn the extremly anti-business Butler into capital's ally but I suppose if they promised handsome concessions to the veterans he might have been turned in RL.

Good stuff so far :)
 

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"We need a fascist government in this country... to save the nation from the communists who want to tear it down and wreck all that we have built in America. The only men who have the patriotism to do it are the soldiers, and Smedley Butler is the ideal leader. He could organize a million men overnight." -Gerald MacGuire to reporter Paul French

Finally Roosevelt spoke. He told Butler that he had no intention of giving in to threats and ultimatums. "I took an oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States. I do not take my oaths lightly. I will not sit by and allow the democratically elected government of this nation to be overthrown." Roosevelt called for the guards outside the door to come in. The door opened and in walked two grim looking guards. They came forward and stood on each side of Butler. "Arrest him," Roosevelt commanded. It seemed that the plot was about to fail.

Butler began to speak. "Mr. President, I respect you for not giving up so easily. Unfortunately, I must stand up and fight for what I believe is right. Like you, I cannot sit by and allow my nation to fall into ruin. That is why I must intervene before the values and traditions upon which common men founded nation are washed away in a sea of socialist legislation." He stood up and stared into Roosevelt's eyes. "Arrest him," he said. The two guards left Butler's side and strode over to Roosevelt. "What's the meaning of this?" Roosevelt demanded. "Sorry, Mr. President," one of the guards said. He pulled out his sidearm as the other guard rolled FDR's wheelchair from behind the desk.

Roosevelt looked at Butler in disbelief. Butler explained, "We're not taking any chances, Mr. President. We have planted supporters all over the city. We are going to succeed." The guards wheeled FDR into the center of the room. Butler walked around to Roosevelt's desk and picked up the phone. He made a call, calmly giving instructions as FDR listened in shock. When Butler was finished, he set down the phone and turned to Roosevelt. "If you'll excuse me now, Mr. President, I have some troops to lead." He strode out of the Oval Office and left the White House, passing government employees who had no idea what had just occurred. Within hours, Washington was under the plotters' control.

Days later, FDR was heard on the radio in homes all across the nation. He told the American people that he felt he could no longer fully perform his duties as President and was creating a new cabinet position to assist him in running the government. He said that the first Secretary of General Affairs would be retired Major General Smedley Butler. The next day, major newspapers all across America declared their support for Roosevelt's actions, while almost no papers had carried the story of what had actually happened in Washington only days earlier. Americans didnt realize is that these newspapers were all owned by the wealthy businessmen who had the most to gain from the events that had taken place.

The Business Plot had succeeded.
 

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Well this sucks :( . My favorite president has been practically replaced. :(
 

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Too bad, but FDR should organize urban supporters for a counter-coup.
 

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I wonder what they will do come election time. How blatant will they be?
 

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I alwys like an alternative US, funnier for Germany that way :p