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National Progressive Pact
Founded : 1957
Political
Position:
Big Tent
Ideologies:
Progressive Party: Eastern Progressivism

Western Progressivism

Democratic Socialism
Nationalist Party: Dixiecrat

National Conservatism

Paleoconservatism
Fringe Parties: Communism
National Socialism

The National Progressive Pact (NPP) is a coalition of various political parties that formed in 1957 as a power bloc in opposition to the establishment Republican and Democratic Parties.

Despite supposedly forming a singular power bloc, the NPP is heavily divided on many issues such as civil rights, foriegn intervention and political governance. This internal divide lead many political analysts to predict the pact's collapse. However, despite these divisions, the pact is united on the issues of expanding welfare programs, and reclaiming the territories lost by the US to the Japanese following World War II. Its success was demonstrated particularly in the chaos of the '58 midterm elections where it emerged as a direct threat to the establishment parties, particularly the Republicans and Democrats who formed the Republican-Democrat Coalition to prevent a NPP Presidency.

In-Game[edit | edit source]

As of 1962 the NPP has two dominant factions, The Progressive Caucus and the Nationalist Caucus.

The 1964 election will be the first in which a player can lead to a NPP Victory with Henry Wallace being the only candidate unless Robert F. Kennedy defects from the RDC.

Potential Presidents from the NPP[edit | edit source]

1964:

1968:

1972:

Member Parties of the Pact[edit | edit source]

  • The Progressive Party, consisting of Democratic Socialists and Progressives and led by Henry M. Jackson. The Party is heavily focused on improving healthcare and welfare. The Progressive Party leads the Progressive caucus.
    • The Farmer-Labor Party, a local party from Minnesota. The party is composed of Democratic Socialists and Left-wing populists. The FLP are part of the Progressive caucus.
    • The Nonpartisan League, a local party from North Dakota. The party is similarly left-wing to the Farmer-Labor Party, but with a stronger emphasis on agrarianism. The NPL are part of the Progressive caucus.
    • The Liberal Party, a local party from New York which holds a platform of social liberalism and increased welfare. The left-wing counterpart to the New York Conservative Party. The NYLP are part of the Progressive caucus.
  • The Nationalist Party, the main right-wing faction outside of the South. The party is composed of Neoconservatives and Paleo-Conservatives who are united to make the United State take a more hostile stance against Japan and Germany. The Nationalist Party leads the Nationalist caucus.
    • The States' Rights Party, representing Dixiecrats who left the Democratic Party. This party seeks to maintain and restore segregation on the premise of defending states' rights and opposing federal overreach. The States' Rights Party are part of the Nationalist caucus.
    • The Louisiana Progressive Party, a local party from Louisiana representing those who continue former governor Huey Long's politics. They differ from the Progressive Party in that tend to side more with the Nationalist and States' Rights Party on social policies. The LPP are part of the Nationalist caucus.
    • The Conservative Party, a local party from New York. The Party is a conservative party that is align with the Nationalist Party on most issues. The right-wing counterpart to the New York Liberal Party The NYCP are part of the Nationalist caucus.
  • The Communist Party USA, which consist of Communists. Led by Gus Hall, they consider themselves to be the vanguard of the transformation of America into a Socialist state. CPUSA leads the Marxist caucus.
  • The American National Vanguard, an openly National Socialist party led by Francis Parker Yockey that favors detente with Germany. The ANV leads the Sovereigntist caucus.
    • The National States' Rights Party, representing the most extreme Dixiecrats. The party is openly White supremacist and is Neo-Fascist in ideology. The NSRP are part of the Sovereigntist caucus.