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Guest host Dean Rogers joins for this episode where a timeline is discussed that has General George S. Patton survive the 1945 car accident that took his life and thus enables his return to enter the realm of American politics and influence the world immediately after the end of WWII and beyond.





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The Incident on King Street or Boston Massacre?  Depends on your point of view.
March 5, 1770 -- King Street, Boston

The American Revolution came as the result of a series of events and escalations in the tensions between the British and the American colonies.  One of the incidents that accelerated the process toward revolution was the “Boston Massacre” in 1770.  How might the process of American independence be different if this event never occurs?

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If you are fan of America's National Pastime, I recommend Episode 7 with special Guest Host Ryan Cole.



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On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson took the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers and broke the color barrier in Major League baseball.  However, on May 1, 1884, Moses Fleetwood Walker became the first black man to play in a Major League game before baseball became segregated for the next 63 years.  What might have been different if the American Pastime had not become segregated and other African-Americans had followed Walker?


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