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This is the portal page for The Second Sun ATL, focusing on a different Philippine-American War, where the Filipinos were able to drive the Americans away, and the future of this timeline.

NOTE: This Alternate Timeline is a work in progress. Information and the timeline may change later on. Feedback is also appreciated, since this is my first ATL. Thanks ^^

Introduction

The Point of Divergence is 1900, or the Philippine-American War. The Americans were able to drive the Spanish away, however the Filipinos are waiting for their long-desired independence and are willing to fight for it. A Chinese politician named Sun Yat-Sen was helping the Filipinos in the war by shipping them artillery and guns. Most of these sank in a storm. Another point of divergence relative to the war is the assassination of Antonio Luna, the Philippines' wisest general during the war, and the victory of William Jennings Bryan in the United States election of 1900.

Important Pages

News Articles (1899-1909)

NOTE: An archive can be found here.

United States Presidential Election, 1900

It's that time of the year again, a rematch between McKinley and Bryan. As the war in the Pacific drags on, there is one question over all of the citizens' minds: should we pursue an era of peace or an era of imperialism?

  • Alabama (11 votes) - Democratic (11-0)
  • Arkansas (8 votes) - Democratic (19-0)
  • California (9 votes) - Democratic (28-0)
  • Colorado (4 votes) - Democratic (32-0)
  • Connecticut (6 votes) - Republican (32-6)
  • Delaware (3 votes) - Republican (32-9)
  • Florida (4 votes) - Democratic (36-9)
  • Georgia (13 votes) - Democratic (49-9)
  • Idaho (3 votes) - Republican (49-12)
  • Illinois (24 votes) - Republican (49-36)
  • Indiana (15 votes) - Democratic (64-36)
  • Iowa (13 votes) - Republican (64-49)
  • Kansas (10 votes) - Republican (64-59)
  • Kentucky (13 votes) - Democratic (77-59)
  • Louisiana (8 votes) - Democratic (85-59)
  • Maine (6 votes) - Republican (85-65)
  • Maryland (8 votes) - Republican (85-73)
  • Massachusetts (15 votes) - Republican (85-88)
  • Michigan (14 votes) - Republican (85-102)
  • Minnesota (9 votes) - Republican (85-111)
  • Mississippi (9 votes) - Democratic (94-111)
  • Missouri (17 votes) - Democratic (111-111)
  • Montana (3 votes) - Democratic (114-111)
  • Nebraska (8 votes) - Democratic (122-111)
  • Nevada (3 votes) - Democratic (125-111)
  • New Hampshire (4 votes) - Republican (125-115)
  • New Jersey (10 votes) - Republican (125-125)
  • New York (36 votes) - Democratic (161-125)
  • North Carolina (11 votes) - Democratic (172-125)
  • North Dakota (3 votes) - Republican (172-128)
  • Ohio (23 votes) - Democratic (195-128)
  • Oregon (4 votes) - Republican (195-132)
  • Pennsylvania (32 votes) - Republican (195-164)
  • Rhode Island (4 votes) - Republican (195-168)
  • South Carolina (9 votes) - Democratic (204-168)
  • South Dakota (4 votes) - Democratic (208-168)
  • Tennessee (12 votes) - Democratic (220-168)
  • Texas (15 votes) - Democratic (235-168)
  • Utah (3 votes) - Republican (235-171)
  • Vermont (4 votes) - Republican (235-175)
  • Virginia (12 votes) - Democratic (247-175)
  • Washington (4 votes) - Republican (247-179)
  • West Virginia (6 votes) - Democratic (253-179)
  • Wisconsin (12 votes) - Republican (253-191)
  • Wyoming (3 votes) - Republican (253-194)

TOTAL: Democratic - 253, Republican - 194

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