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« on: September 12, 2018, 05:56:53 pm »
« edited: December 17, 2019, 01:37:47 am by Unconditional Surrender Truman »

Welcome to Atlasia!

Atlas Fantasy Government & Elections is a policy and elections game set in the fictional Republic of Atlasia, a North American presidential democracy roughly corresponding to the real-life United States. Begun in 2004, Atlasia has undergone many changes to its constitution and player base, but the heart of the game remains the same. As citizens of Atlasia, players can run for office in local and national elections, participate in organizing and leading a political party, debate new legislation in Congress and the regional assemblies, or choose to remain a private citizen and reward or punish politicians with your vote. This thread exists to introduce you to the basic forms and institutions in Atlasia, and to connect you to veteran players and resources who can help you to best enjoy your time here.


Game Engine
The Game Moderator, or ''GM'', is the final authority on all matters of in-game canon; the so-called ''god'' of the game, they create the context within which Atlasia exists. This means in practice that the GM is the highest source for information about the world and the domestic situation in Atlasia: everything from war and international relations to hurricanes and unemployment are under the umbrella of the GM's domain. On a daily basis, it is assumed that anything happening in real life also happens in the game, unless is is contradicted by the GM or a previous statement by them. For example, a terrorist attack in a foreign city would be assumed to happen in the game, unless the GM were to state that the attack did not happen, or had published a previous story stating the group responsible for the attack had been eliminated. When there is a question about whether something from the real world is also true in Atlasia, the GM is always happy to answer questions from players or to issue a clarifying statement.

To simulate the hum of a busy world, the GM maintains a newspaper on the Fantasy Elections board which frequently publishes reports describing events around the world and here in Atlasia. Officials in federal and regional office are responsible for responding to these events as they pertain to their official positions; private citizens and aspiring leaders may also choose to comment on events, or take action to respond to them. Depending on the nature of the event, events may proceed as before or change course drastically depending on the response by the government and private citizens; the failure of the government to respond to a story (such as a terrorist attack or an economic crisis) may also lead to serious consequences. Additionally, the GM runs cost estimates for major government initiatives and new legislation, and is responsible for simulating the effects of government policy.

The GM is nominated by the President of Atlasia, and is assisted by a Deputy Game Moderator of their own selection. Both the GM and the Deputy GM must be confirmed by the Senate before taking office.

Link: Official Newspaper of the Game Moderator (as of September 12, 2018)


History
The Republic of Atlasia was established in February 2004 as the official successor to the United States of America. The new government was quickly recognized in the former states and territories of the United States, and drew inspiration from the American federal system and presidential democracy. A constitution ratified in April 2004 established a federal government with three independent branches over five regions, who in time came to assume most of the powers previously exercised by the states. Washington D.C., the nation's capital, was renamed Nyman after the first president of the republic, Nym.

The Democratic and Republican parties did not long survive the first presidential election in 2004, and several uniquely Atlasian party systems ensued in the next decade. After the controversial self-dissolution of the two largest national parties — respectively the Jesus Christ Party (JCP), representing the center-left, and the Regional Protection Party (RPP), representing the center-right — in 2012, perceived stagnation and declining voter participation led to growing calls for reform across the political spectrum. These calls culminated in 2015 with the events of Bloody July, when the federal government collapsed amidst competing revolutions and much of the Cabinet fled the country or joined anti-state actors. A constitutional convention organized with the assent of all major parties (except the anti-state Radicals) proposed sweeping reforms to the federal system and the composition of the national government, including the consolidation of the existing regions to produce a new, three-region map and replacing the unicameral Senate with a bicameral Congress, which were ratified as the Fourth Constitution in May 2016.

Link: Atlas Fantasy Wiki


                   
Fig. 1   Map of the Republic of Atlasia. States and territories in green comprise Lincoln; blue, the Southern Region; brown, the Commonwealth of Fremont. The Atlasian–British Common Market Agreement (ABCMA) gives Atlasian citizens the right to register in the countries of the United Kingdom: Scotland is considered part of Lincoln for regional elections; England and Wales, of the South; and Northern Ireland and Gibraltar, Fremont.
                   

Constitution & Government
Like the United States, the Atlasian Constitution divides power between a central government (with an executive president, a Supreme Court, and legislative power vested jointly in the Senate and House of Representatives) and regional governments representing the North (Lincoln), South, and West (Fremont). Each region has its own constitution, conducts its own elections, and writes its own laws. Because the Fourth Constitution allows the regions considerable autonomy, regional elections are very important, and each region has its own culture and traditions that distinguish it from the others. As of 2018, each region also recognizes regional political parties that exist separately from the federal party system and run only in regional elections.

While the presidency and the Supreme Court operate more or less as their real-life counterparts in the U.S. do, Congress is another matter entirely. Due to obvious differences between the population of the United States and the number of active players in Atlasia, the Atlasian Congress consists of just fifteen members: six senators elected for four-month terms, and nine representatives elected ever other month. Each senator is elected from one of the three regions, with each region having two senators. All nine representatives are elected from a single national at-large constituency by a proportional representation system. Thus, the Senate represents the regions while the House of Representatives represents the whole people without reference to geography. The balance between national and regional interests is an important feature of the federal constitution, and has often been the subject of heated debate.

Elections for president and Congress occur at regular intervals, according to rules established in the Constitution. The president and vice president are elected every four months (in February, June, and October); members of the House of Representatives are elected every two months (in presidential election months and in April, August, and December). Half the Senate is elected every two months: Class I in presidential election months and Class II in the off-months. Depending on the relevant regional constitution, regional elections may take place alongside or separately from federal elections.

A list of current federal and regional officials is provided in the succeeding posts.

Link: Constitution of Atlasia

More links:
Fremont     ConstitutionWikiPublic Information
Lincoln     ConstitutionWikiPublic Information
South     ConstitutionWikiPublic Information


Navigation & Joining the Game
When you decide to join Atlasia, you must first register as a citizen by posting your username, party preference (if any), and state of residence in the New Register Thread linked below.

The first step after you decide to join Atlasia is to register as a citizen by posting your name, party preference (if any), and state of residence in the New Register Thread linked below. When selecting your in-game home state, you may choose from any of the fifty real-life U.S. states, the District of Columbia ("Nyman"), the five U.S. overseas territories granted statehood in Atlasia (Atlasian Samoa, the Atlasian Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico), and the countries and overseas territories of the United Kingdom included in the Atlasian-British Common Market Agreement (England, Gibraltar, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales). Users must have an account at least seven days (168 hours) old and have made at least fifteen posts on the forum before they can register as a citizen.

When you are done, your post should look something like this:


The Democratic and Republican parties no longer exist in Atlasia. Joining a party is a matter of choice: you may change your affiliation as often as you like, or you may eschew party entirely by remaining an independent voter. You can learn more about Atlasia's many active party organizations by visiting the Wiki (linked above) or the Party Information Thread (below). Alternatively, if you don't see a party that fits your philosophy, you can start your own by making a new post updating your registration in the New Register Thread with the name of your new party.

Once you have officially registered as a citizen, you are free to begin your activity in Atlasia. Gameplay on the forum takes place over a number of boards, organized as below:


Fig. 2      Boards dedicated to Atlas Fantasy Government & Elections

Atlas Fantasy Elections is the most active board, where citizen discussion, campaigning, and party conventions all take place. There is virtually no limit (apart from the forum-wide Terms of Service) to what you can post here, from polls testing the favorability of politicians and their ideas, to the headquarters of your campaign or party, to journalism, to questions for your fellow citizens. Examples of common thread subjects are provided below.


The Voting Booth child board is used exclusively for conducting elections for federal and regional office, as well as referendums on proposed constitutional amendments.

Atlas Fantasy Government is reserved for the official business of the federal government. It is hear that legislation is proposed and debated in Congress, and that the president has his official private office. Supreme Court cases and impeachment trials are also conducted on this board. While only elected members of Congress may vote on legislation, all citizens are invited to comment on bills and ask questions of their representatives during debate.

The Regional Governments child board operates much like Atlas Fantasy Government, but is used for the business of the regional governments. The Lincoln Assembly, the Southern Chamber of Delegates, and the Fremont Parliament all hold session here.

The Constitutional Convention child board is a defunct board that most recently hosted the 2015–16 Constitutional Convention.



More Questions?
Atlasia is a game of voluntary participation, and its strength depends on its players. If you have questions or need advice, feel free to post them here or start a thread on the Fantasy Elections board —veteran players will be happy to help you. Alternatively, you can contact your party's chair (see the Party Information Thread linked above) for advice about running for office or writing legislation. Politics is a team sport, and you'll find plenty of players who want to work with you.
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2018, 05:57:18 pm »
« Edited: May 30, 2020, 08:46:21 am by Unconditional Surrender Truman »

Federal Officeholders

Game Engine
Vacant, Game Moderator
Vacant, Comptroller General

Executive Branch
Pericles (Labor Party), 49th President of Atlasia
Peanut (Labor Party), 55th Vice President of Atlasia

Bruhgmgr (Federalist Party), Secretary of State
Harry S Truman (Labor Party), Attorney General
Peebs (Peace Party), Registrar General and Secretary of Federal Elections

Congress

24th SENATE
North Carolina Yankee (Federalist Party, South), president pro tempore of the Senate
Scott (Peace Party, Frémont)
Louisville Thunder (Federalist Party, South)
Tack (Labor Party, Lincoln)
YE (Labor Party, Frémont)
Jimmy (Labor Party, Lincoln)

24th HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Encke (Federalist Party)
Old School Republican (Federalist Party)
Reagan Clinton (Federalist Party)
Cinyc (Independent)
Elcaspar (Labor Party)
Thumb (Labor Party)
Leinad (Peace Party)
Razze (Peace Party)
Spiral (Peace Party)

Supreme Court
Windjammer, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Gass, Junior Justice
Ilikeverin, Associate Justice for Fremont
Bacon King, Associate Justice for Lincoln
PiT, Associate Justice for the South
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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2018, 05:59:18 pm »
« Edited: May 30, 2020, 08:49:27 am by Unconditional Surrender Truman »

Regional Officeholders

Fremont
Harry S Truman (Labor Party), First Minister of Fremont
Ilikeverin, Justice of the Circuit Court

PARLIAMENT
Australian Swing Voter (Independent)
Oregon Blue Dog (Labor Party)
Ted Bessell (Labor Party)
Tirnam (Labor Party)

Lincoln
Sestak (Law and Justice Party), Governor of Lincoln
Gracile (Labor Party), Chancellor of Lincoln
Bacon King, Justice of the Circuit Court

COUNCIL
One J. (Peace Party)
Pragmatist Tnag (Labor Party)
S019 (Labor Party)

South
MB (Labor Party), Governor of the South
PiT, Justice of the Circuit Court

CHAMBER OF DELEGATES
Jayden (Labor Party)
Muaddib (Federalist Party)
Pragmatic Populist (Labor Party)
Reagente (Federalist Party)
Spark (Federalist Party)
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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2018, 06:52:06 pm »

Finally! Thank you Truman!
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« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2018, 07:00:41 pm »

By the powers vested in me by Dave, this thread is now stickied. Great work, Truman!
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« Reply #8 on: September 16, 2018, 01:43:44 pm »

You have Lincoln with 4 senators.
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« Reply #9 on: September 16, 2018, 06:29:12 pm »

Indeed, I do. Tongue Fixed.
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« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2018, 06:36:21 pm »


Damn, missed it. Who were the 4 Senators?
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« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2018, 06:57:23 pm »

The names were correct, I just had Sestak and Canis in Lincoln for some reason. Tongue
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« Reply #12 on: September 20, 2018, 07:34:17 pm »

I am apparently a member of the PUP Grin
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« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2018, 02:33:11 pm »

Something that was on the old thread that's worth transferring:

Electoral Calendar for 2018

Key
Federal          Fremont          Lincoln          South          (EST) Eastern Standard Time


January
BEGINSENDSOFFICES
★   Friday, January 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, January 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

February
★   Friday, February 9
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, February 12
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, February 16
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, February 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, February 16
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, February 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
First Minister & Parliament*
★   Friday, February 16
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, February 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
Governor & Assembly

March
No elections

April
★   Friday, April 13
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, April 16
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, April 20
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, April 23
12:00:00 am (EST)   
House of Representatives
★   Friday, April 20
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, April 23
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, April 20
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, April 23
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
Assembly
★   Friday, April 20
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, April 23
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

May
★   Friday, May 18
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, May 21
12:00:00 am (EST)   
First Minister & Parliament*

June
★   Friday, June 8
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, June 11
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, June 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, June 25
12:00:00 am (EST)   
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, June 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, June 25
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, June 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, June 25
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
Governor & Assembly

July
★   Friday, July 20
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, July 23
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

August
★   Friday, August 10
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, August 13
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, August 24
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, August 27
12:00:00 am (EST)   
House of Representatives
★   Friday, August 24
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, August 27
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
First Minister & Parliament*
★   Friday, August 24
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, August 27
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
Assembly

September
No elections

October
★   Friday, October 12
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 15
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, October 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, October 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, October 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, October 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

November
★   Friday, October 19
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, October 22
12:00:00 am (EST)   
First Minister & Parliament*

December
★   Friday, December 14
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, December 17
12:00:00 am (EST)   
House of Representatives
★   Friday, December 14
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, December 17
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, December 14
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, December 17
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, December 14
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Monday, December 17
12:00:00 am (EST)   
Senator (Class II)

NOTES
*The Constitution of Fremont requires fresh elections for first minister and parliament be held at least once every three months, with the option for early elections at the motion either of the first minister or the parliament. All dates for elections to these offices are therefore subject to change.
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« Reply #14 on: January 24, 2019, 07:02:52 pm »

Could someone pretty please make an electoral calendar for 2019?
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« Reply #15 on: January 24, 2019, 08:00:52 pm »

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This is assuming the South got rid of the Senate elections being separate to everyone else. I think it did, but if not I could fix it I guess.

Also, this is assuming the elections take place on the same week as in 2018.

In any case, if anyone sees anything wrong feel free to correct it!
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« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2019, 01:23:20 am »

Thank you tack! Looks great. I'm sure someone who knows more than I do can check it more specifically
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« Reply #17 on: February 18, 2019, 12:31:48 pm »

I assume election winners take their seats immediately, or no?
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« Reply #18 on: February 18, 2019, 12:32:48 pm »

I assume election winners take their seats immediately, or no?
No federal winners take their seats March 1st. Lincoln winners take their seats February 21st.
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« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2019, 12:35:24 pm »

OK, cool
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« Reply #20 on: February 21, 2019, 01:31:17 pm »

Federal Office Holders are incorrect. YT isn't in the house, I am.
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« Reply #21 on: January 21, 2020, 06:09:32 pm »

Is there an updated electoral calendar?
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« Reply #22 on: January 21, 2020, 06:21:11 pm »

Is there an updated electoral calendar?

Yea this would be very helpful.
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« Reply #23 on: January 21, 2020, 07:19:16 pm »
« Edited: January 21, 2020, 07:39:01 pm by AustralianSwingVoter »

Electoral Calendar for 2020

Key
Federal           Fremont           Lincoln           South          (ET) Eastern Time


January
BEGINSENDSOFFICES
★   Friday, January 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, January 27
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Council
★   Friday, January 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, January 27
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

February
★   Friday, February 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, February 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, February 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, February 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, February 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, February 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, February 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, February 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
First Minister & Parliament*

March
★   Friday, March 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, March 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Governor

April
★   Friday, April 17
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, April 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
House of Representatives
★   Friday, April 17
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, April 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
Council
★   Friday, April 17
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, April 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
Governor & Chamber of Delegates
★   Friday, April 17
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, April 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)

May
★   Friday, May 22
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, May 25
12:00:00 am (ET)  
First Minister & Parliament*

June
★   Friday, June 19
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, June 22
12:00:00 am (ET)  
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, June 19
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, June 22
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, June 19
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, June 22
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
★   Friday, June 19
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, June 22
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)

July
★   Friday, July 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, July 27
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Governor & Council
★   Friday, July 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, July 27
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Governor & Chamber of Delegates

August
★   Friday, August 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, August 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
House of Representatives
★   Friday, August 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, August 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, August 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, August 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, August 21
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, August 24
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
First Minister & Parliament*

September
No elections

October
★   Friday, October 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, October 26
12:00:00 am (ET)  
President & House of Representatives
★   Friday, October 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, October 26
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
Council
★   Friday, October 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, October 26
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)
Governor & Chamber of Delegates
★   Friday, October 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, October 26
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class I)

November
★   Friday, November 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, November 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Governor
★   Friday, November 20
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, November 23
12:00:00 am (ET)  
First Minister & Parliament*

December
★   Friday, December 11
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, December 14
12:00:00 am (ET)  
House of Representatives
★   Friday, December 11
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, December 14
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, December 11
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, December 14
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)
★   Friday, December 11
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Monday, December 14
12:00:00 am (ET)  
Senator (Class II)

NOTES
*The Constitution of Fremont requires fresh elections for first minister and parliament be held at least once every three months, with the option for early elections at the motion either of the first minister or the parliament. All dates for elections to these offices are therefore subject to change.
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« Reply #24 on: January 21, 2020, 07:35:39 pm »

Times should be EDT nationally and in FT, at least. (I don't remember if the South/Lincoln formally switched over.)
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