Presidents of the Old United States and North American Confederacy

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Presidents of the Old United States/North American Confederacy

The Probability Broach includes a timeline for the History of the United States, which includes a listing of those who followed Washington and Gallatin as the American Presidents. In this history, the US merged with several other North American nations to form the North American Confederacy in 1893. From that point, the individuals listed here are considered Presidents of the NAC. It should be noted that many of these individuals are prominent in the history of either Anarchism or Libertarianism.

  1. George Washington: 1789 - 1794 (13 - 18 A.L.) (Executed)
  2. Albert Gallatin: 1794 C.E. - 1812 C.E. (18 A.L. - 36 A.L.)
  3. Edmond-Charles Genêt: 1812 C.E. - 1820 C.E. (36 A.L. - 44 A.L.)
  4. Thomas Jefferson: 1820 - 1826 (44 - 50 A.L.) (Died in Office)
  5. James Monroe: 1826 - 1831 (50 - 55 A.L.) (Died in Office)
  6. John C. Calhoun: 1831 - 1836 (55 - 60 A.L.)
  7. Albert Gallatin: 1836 - 1840 (60 - 64 A.L.)
  8. Sequoyah Guess: 1840 - 1842 (64 - 66 A.L.) (Killed in Battle)
  9. Osceola: 1842 - 1848 (66 - 72 A.L.)
  10. Jefferson Davis: 1848 - 1852 (72 - 76 A.L.)
  11. Gifford Swansea: 1852 - 1856 (76 - 80 A.L.)
  12. Arthur Downing: 1856 - 1859 (80 - 83 A.L.) (Died in Office)
  13. Harriet Beecher Stowe: 1859 - 1860 (83 - 84 A.L.)
  14. Lysander Spooner: 1860 - 1880 (84 - 104 A.L.)
  15. Jean-Baptiste Huang: 1880 - 1888 (104 - 112 A.L.)
  16. Frederick Douglass: 1888 - 1892 (112 - 116 A.L.)
  17. Benjamin Tucker: 1892 - 1912 (116 - 136 A.L.)
  18. Albert Jay Nock: 1912 - 1928 (136 - 152 A.L.)
  19. H. L. Mencken: 1928 - 1933 (152 - 157 A.L.) (Assassinated after a duel)
  20. Frank Chodorov: 1933 - 1940 (157 - 164 A.L.)
  21. Rose Wilder Lane: 1940 - 1952 (164 - 176 A.L.)
  22. Ayn Rand: 1952 - 1960 (176 - 184 A.L.)
  23. Robert LeFevre: 1960 - 1968 (184 - 192 A.L.)
  24. None of the above: 1968 - 1972 (192 - 196 A.L.) [1]
  25. John Hospers: 1972 - 1984 (196 - 208 A.L.)
  26. Jennifer A. Smythe: 1984 - 1992 (208 - 216 A.L.)
  27. Olongo Featherstone-Haugh: 1992 - 2000 (216 - 224 A.L.)
  28. None of the above: 2000 - ? (224 - ? A.L.)[2]
    1. In The Venus Belt, Lucy Kropotkin claims that she came in second during the 1968 election, avoiding the presidency by only one vote -- her own.
    2. In the sequel, The Venus Belt, it was revealed that Olongo Featherstone-Haugh (pronounced "Fanshaw"), the gorilla who served as Vice-President in this book, had been elected President. At the end, Olongo retires and "None of the Above" (which is always an option on the ballot) is returned to office.