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« on: March 30, 2010, 12:11:05 pm »

In 1788 The Delagates were still at the constitutional convention then James Madison got an idea "If we can't do anything about democracy lets have a monarchy but the people elect the king and Prime Minister once every 4 years a new king and Prime Minister is voted in unless the incumbent runs again." This idea was voted upon and immediately passed without debate.

In 1790 America went to the polls and voted for it's first Parliment, King, Prime Minister.

RESULTS:

King: George Washington 52 John Adams 21 Thomas Jefferson 26 James Madison 30

George Washington becomes first King!!!

Prime Minister: Alexander Hamilton 25, John Adams 15, Thomas Jefferson 36 James Monroe 4

Thomas Jefferson becomes first Prime Minister

Parliment: Pro-Monarchy 15, Pro-Democracy 11. Total: 26 Parliment members

Pro-Monarchy takes 4 vote majority
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« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2010, 12:20:11 pm »

why do you keep creating so many interactive threads when nobody is using them? Stick to only a few and you might get a game going
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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2010, 02:04:03 pm »

In early 1791 the Parliament assembled and elected James Monroe as the Speaker of the house of Commons. The first piece of legislation was: The Taxation and Voting Acts. It establishes the rules of taxes and voting.

Prime Minister Jefferson was facing hard times. England had bad relations with the US and the Ottoman Empire looked like it was preparing for war.

George Washington was under a ton of pressure about his job, he didn't want to become king.

Then on May 22nd 1792 the Ottoman Empire declared war on England.
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