Alternative History
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Russian Federation

Under the Constitution of 1959, each Russian President is limited to one seven year term and must be over 30 years old.

  • Lavr Kornilov (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1917 - May 1 1929)
  • Alexander Dobrinin (Kornilovshina) (May 2 1929 - March July 6 1960)
  • Georgy Zhukov (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1960 - July 6 1967)
  • Vladimir Kosygin (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1967 - July 6 1974)
  • Stanislav Petrov (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1974 - July 6 1981)
  • Mikhail Gorbachev (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1981 - July 6 1988)
  • Boris Yeltsin (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1988 - July 6 1995)
  • Vladimir Putin (Kornilovshina) (July 6 1995 - July 6 2002)
  • Dimitry Medvedev (Kornilovshina) (July 6 2002 - Present)

United States

Since the annexation of Canada and Mexico in 1937, the political makeup is very different, with the Libertarian Party being stronger in OTL as well as the Green Party (both support independence for Canada, Mexico and the Philippines, although they have never secured a majority in congress, the senate nor the white house). The US President is also limited to three terms unlike 2 OTL per the 22nd amendment.

  • Herbert Hoover (Kornilovshina) (Republican) March 4 1929 - March 4 1933
  • Smedley D Butler (Kornilovshina) (Republican) March 4 1933 - January 20 1945
  • Thomas E Dewey (Kornilovshina) (Republican) January 20 1945 - January 20 1957
  • John F Kennedy (Kornilovshina) (Democrat) January 20 1957 - January 20 1969
  • Richard Nixon (Kornilovshina) (Republican) January 20 1969 - August 9 1974
  • Gerald Ford (Kornilovshina) (Republican) August 9 1974- January 20 1977
  • Jimmy Carter (Kornilovshina) (Democrat) January 20 1977- January 20 1981
  • Ronald Reagan (Kornilovshina) (Republican) January 20 1981 - January 20 1993
  • Ron Paul (Kornilovshina) (Republican) January 20 1993 - January 20 2001
  • John McCain (Kornilovshina) (Republican) January 20 2001 - present
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