The Hundred Years Farce
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This is a work of fiction. It is revisionist history. The characters who resemble historical people do so by coincidence.
The roles that the Democrats and Republicans are playing in this story may confuse the modern reader. It must be remembered that the political positions of those two parties has switched over time. Lincoln, the paragon of liberality, was the first Republican president, whereas, the slave owners and states' rights firebrands were usually Democrats. Teddy Roosevelt, trustbuster and promoter of Progressivism, was a Republican. Fictional president, Rigoberto Cuautémoc Gonsalvas, was a Democrat. The rest you will have to divine on your own.
Yes, I know the caverns at Luray, Virginia, extend deep underground and not above the base of the mountain. You'll just have to forgive me for that, and I assure you, that isn't the biggest absurdity you are about to read.