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AMPU 1916 Rookie Draft


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AMPU 1916 Rookie Draft  

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  1. 1. Who would you hope to draft first if you were a faction of the Blue Party? (Draft value is the # below)

    • Paul V McNutt of IN - 32
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    • Frank Murphy of MI - 31
    • Stephen M Young of OH - 31
    • Millard Tydings of MD - 28
    • James Farley of NY - 26
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    • W Averell Harriman of NY - 26
    • Fred M Vinson of KY - 22
    • Harry Hopkins of NY - 20
    • Emanuel Celler of NY - 14
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    • Joseph P Kennedy Sr of MA - 6
  2. 2. Who would you hope to draft first if you were a faction of the Red Party? (Draft value is the # below)

    • Dwight D Eisenhower of KS - 47
    • Earl Warren of CA - 47
    • Robert Taft of OH - 39
    • Henry A Wallace of IA - 28
    • John Foster Dulles of NY - 27
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    • Dick Wigglesworth of MA - 12
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This is a power draft for the Red Party. Blue Party players wishing to secure NY over the Red Party should also be happy about this draft. JFK's father is in this draft as well. 

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Harry Hopkins was FDR's preferred successor but he got fatally ill by 1944. Hopkins would have been even more progressive than FDR, but not as much as Henry A Wallace, who ended up being FDR's preferred successor following Hopkin's decline. FDR was forced to give up on Wallace and accept Truman. I don't think FDR expected to die when he did, despite his ill health, otherwise I think he would have engaged Truman more in hopes that Truman would carry his legacy of New Deal reform and the proposed 2nd Bill of Rights. FDR, the optimist, probably thought he'd live another 10 years.

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