Baton Rouge in Joe SteeleEdit
The funeral of assassinated Senator Huey Long was held in Baton Rouge. Journalist Mike Sullivan, witnessing the corrupt, overwrought spectacle of Long's funeral, briefly reconsidered his opposition to President Joe Steele's administration, but realized he needed to keep fighting Steele, to make up for the incompetent opposition he saw in Louisiana.
Baton Rouge in Southern VictoryEdit
Governor Huey Long of the Radical Liberal Party ruled Louisiana from Baton Rouge throughout the first half of the 1930s. On the orders of Confederate President Jake Featherston, Long was murdered in the capitol building in 1937.