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The many representatives of the nation met to vote on the next Overseer in the Wanci Parliament with dozens of candidates making their claim.
Election after election was held, slowly whittling down the numbers over a three day period. Finally, after an exhaustive process, the majority of votes were given to one man, Ta-Tanka I-Yotank, a Sioux leader who had long campaigned for greater reform while still managing to retain Traditionalist support due to his own refusal to support the growth of foreign business interests in Wanci Oyate.
He was determined to make reform and modernise yes, but only on the terms of the native people of the nation, not through foreign means.
After being voted into the office, the long period of political stoppage ended as Ta-Tanka started with supporting a motion to bring in European style schools throughout the nation for under elevens. A Department of Education was also voted into being to control the new schools.
Opposed by the Traditionalists, Ta-Tanka was symbolic of the end of their dominance in the Wanci Parliament, bringing about social changes that were slow in effect, the modernisation having to be fought for every step of the way against the remaining Traditionalist factions.
The stereotype of the Wanci Oyate citizen, supremely stubborn and argumentative seemed to be confirmed over the next few years as the Education Ministry found it difficult to expand its aims into the west of the nation. The election of Ta-Tanka, although brought Wanci Oyate into a process of gradual modernisation, did have one negative effect.
Philosophy, theatre and literature expanded like never before, the rise in written language in the Eastern half of the nation had exploded with leaflets and books being written like never before. Once the reform process began, the conflict slowly vanished however, the conformity providing less passion to write with.
The debate over, so followed the Golden Age, even though the writings remained and would expand, the heart had diminished. A diplomatic agreement which not only confirmed the friendship between the two nations but confirmed joint ownership of the Suez Canal as well as joint University programs and a mutual-defence pact.
The actions of both France and Russia had forced the two nations into realising that they needed to band together in order to prevent similar occurrences from happening again. The Accords laid to rest finally the battle of influence in Africa with the Ottoman Egypt agreeing no longer to stir up the people in the name of the Caliph.
As the two powers looked on with some fear towards both France and Russia, their enmity was set aside for the foreseeable future as the prepared for any further assaults. The steps towards complete Democracy in India took another one forward on the 18th as leaders of the Indian Democratic Movement met with the Governments of Madras and Bengal to discuss granting the vote to the native peoples.
The pressure was fairly great as protests had taken place ever since the creation of the Commonwealth Parliament to ensure this possibility with tiny steps being made here and there towards this goal.
This meeting however finally secured an iron clad promise that the same voting requirements in Britain would be laid down in the Indian Dominions in two years time in order to incorporate a voting system for that amount of people.
The Princely States were largely exempt from this as they were influenced by Britain, not directly ruled. Their own populations were slowly gaining news of the changes in India and some noises were beginning to be made, albeit relatively quiet noises.
The fundamental shift of power from the British elite to the Indian natives was felt and would soon show with literally dozens of political parties being formed in time for the elections. The previous unity regarding forcing the Dominion Governments into accepting Democratic reform had ended as all now wanted a say in the new Government.
It would be an… interesting result. The landmark Presidency of Horatio Seymour ended with the man standing down after eight years of political mire.
The irony of Congress refusing to accept his plans to diminish the powers of the President was not lost upon him and he resigned, consigned to history as the first President of the Congress Party and generally a failure, one who had presided over the country, not led it.
The reputation of the Congress Party was in tatters with only one man able to save it. The name of Sampson Clemens was on the lips of a lot of people as the young, witty and charismatic man started his bid to take control of the Congress Party.
Although unable to stand for election inthe election was certainly his chance to shine.The book Cigarettes, Inc.: An Intimate History of Corporate Imperialism, Nan Enstad is published by University of Chicago Press.
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