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Borden, Morton, and Otis L. Graham, Jr. Speculations on American History. Heath 1977.

Borden, Morton, and Otis L. Graham, Jr. Speculations on American History
Summary: Twelve essays on American alternate histories, six each by the two authors, including Borden's w88 android, "1784: What If Slavery Had Been Geographically Confined?", "1789: Could the Articles of Confederation Have Worked?", "1801: Would Aaron Burr Have Been a Great President?", "1832: What If the Second Bank Had Been Rechartered?", and "1850: What If the Compromise of 1850 Had Been Defeated?"; and Graham's "1887: Whites and Indians — Was There a Better Way?", "1917: What If the United States Had Remained Neutral?", "1933: What Would the 1930s Have Been Like Without Franklin Roosevelt?", "1945: The United States, Russia, and the Cold War — What if Franklin Roosevelt Had Lived?", "1963: The United States and Vietnam -- What if John F. Kennedy had lived?", and "1974: What If There Had Been No Watergate?". Extensive discussion on what actually happened is provided, followed by short speculation on the possible results of a divergence.
Published: Heath 1977 (066900488XBUY).