If You Could Go Back In Time And Change One Event In History, What Would That Change Be?
I would change the exit route That R.F.K. took on the night he was killed.
I would make Alexander the Great complete his exploration across India, just to see if it would have any impact on the future.
Your question reminds me of the 1980's movie "Final Countdown"
were a modern warship finds itself back in time on the Eve of the attack on Pearl Harbor and has to decide if they will intervene or not.
Always a fascinating topic!
I would have Abraham Lincoln aborted. He sold out the united states country and set the stage for turning the U.S. into just another totalitarian government. Naturally, like any good politician, he latched onto a popular issue (slavery) to divert attention from his true agenda.
I would ensure that Eugene V. Debs was elected POTUS in his 1912 campaign.
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