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The American empire

Twice in the last century, brutal war erupted between the United States and the Confederacy. Then, after a generation of relative peace, The Great War exploded worldwide. As the conflict engulfed Europe, the C.S.A. backed the Allies, while the U.S. found its own ally in Imperial Germany. The Confederate States, France, and England all fell. Russia self-destructed, and the Japanese, seeing that the cause was lost, retired to fight another day. The Great War has ended, and an uneasy peace reigns around most of the world. But nowhere is the peace more fragile than on the continent of North America, where bitter enemies share a single landmass and two long, bloody borders.

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  • "Twice in the last century, brutal war erupted between the United States and the Confederacy. Then, after a generation of relative peace, The Great War exploded worldwide. As the conflict engulfed Europe, the C.S.A. backed the Allies, while the U.S. found its own ally in Imperial Germany. The Confederate States, France, and England all fell. Russia self-destructed, and the Japanese, seeing that the cause was lost, retired to fight another day. The Great War has ended, and an uneasy peace reigns around most of the world. But nowhere is the peace more fragile than on the continent of North America, where bitter enemies share a single landmass and two long, bloody borders."@en
  • "In 1924, violence, political turmoil, smoldering resentments, and potential revolution threaten to engulf the United States, the Confederacy, and Canada in another World War."
  • "In 1924, violence, political turmoil, smoldering resentments, and potential revolution threaten to engulf the United States, the Confederacy, and Canada in another World War."@en
  • "Harry Turtledove's acclaimed alternate history series began with a single question: What if the South had won the Civil War? Now, seventy years have passed since the first War Between the States. The North American continent is locked in a battle of politics, economies, and moralities. In a world that has already felt the soul-shattering blow of the Great War, North America is the powder keg that could ignite another global conflict -- complete with a new generation of killing machines. Jake Featherston, leader of the ruling Freedom Party, has won power -- and is taking his country and the world to the edge of an abyss. Charismatic, shrewd, and addicted to conflict, Featherston is whipping the Confederate States into a frenzy of hatred. Blacks are being rounded up and sent to prison camps, and the persecution has just begun. Featherston has forced the United States to give up its toeholds in Florida and Kentucky, and as the North stumbles through a succession of leaders, from Socialist Hosea Blackford to Herbert Hoover and now Al Smith, Featherston is feeling his might. With the U.S.A. locked in a bitter, bloody occupation of Canada, facing an intractable rebellion in Utah, and fatigued from a war in the Pacific against Japan, Featherston may pursue one dangerous proposition above all: that he can defeat the U.S.A. in an all-out war."@en
  • "The scars of the great war are closer to the surface in North America, where the victorious North under Teddy Roosevelt occupies Canada and has pounded the CSA into poverty."
  • "Alternate history author Turtledove offers a new vision of America after World War I. In 1920, as veterans question the very nation they fought for, socialist Upton Sinclair challenges Teddy Roosevelt for the presidency. And in the defeated Confederacy, a fiery racist whips his followers into a frenzy."@en
  • "The Confederacy, under president Jake Featherston, ignites old hatreds in the midst of the Great Depression to renew hostilities with the United States as they become embroiled in the Second World War."@en
  • "Thought provoking epic of alternate history. An unparalleled vision of social upheaval, war, and cutthroat politics in a world very much like our own--but with dramatic differences."@en
  • "The year is 1924. In the United States, the Socialist Party, led by Hosea Blackford, battles Calvin Coolidge to hold on to the Powell House in Philadelphia. The Confederate States, victorious in the War of Secession but at last tasting defeat in the Great War, suffer poverty and natural calamity. The Freedom Party promises new strength and pride, but if its chief siezes the reins of power, he may prove a dangerous enemy for the hated U.S.A. By the time the 1920s come to a close, catastrophe will cast a poll across the continent -- and in a world of shimmering hatreds, shattered lives, and pent-up violence, the center cannot hold. And for a powerful nation, the ultimate shock is yet to come ..."@en
  • "It is 1924 -- a time of rebuilding, from the slow reconstruction of Washington's most honored monuments to the reclamation of devastated cities in Europe and Canada. In the United States, the Socialist Party, led by Hosea Blackford, battles Calvin Coolidge to hold on to the Powell House in Philadelphia. And it seems as if the Socialists can do no wrong, for the stock market soars and America enjoys prosperity unknown in a half century. But as old names like Custer and Roosevelt fade into history, a new generation faces new uncertainties."@en
  • "After the Great War had ended, Americans find themselves trying to rebuild their lives, and their country, but threats from Canada and Africa may tear their dreams apart."

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