It all began with the birth of John J. Walker on September 12th ,1830. He would grow up to be senator, Nationalist Party leader and one of most powerful men of his time in the United States. Walker made many racist and white supremacist laws and acts, which would be his enduring legacy, since all of his laws are still here today. This means that there was no civil rights movement, no non-white emigration; only the genocide of Native Americans. There are no limits on tobacco and alcohol, and smoking and drinking is widely encouraged. Lastly, the United States of this timeline is generally more conservative.