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Seemed a bit pointless....also the welfare reform that this Reagan sponsors, is never adequately described/explained. If we're going to see how ground-breaking it was, a detailed explanation would be useful.
Austin Ross makes his SLP debut with this tale playing on the remarkable fact that Ronald Reagan, who eventually became president in real life rather late in life in 1981, was tipped for the top job as early as 1968. Here, it is Reagan rather than Nixon who wins that election, setting off a very different chain of events. Some familiar political dynasties fall and others rise; the opportunities for African-American and female presidential nominees arise rather earlier as a consequence. This is an interesting 'history that wasn't', especially if you are familiar with the late 20th century American political history of reality for contrast, and achieves the difficult feat of not coming across as having partisan bias in favour of the Democrats or Republicans. My only criticism would be that I feel it could dwell more on how US political culture would be different with no Watergate scandal due to no President Nixon. Recommended for all fans of political AH.