I read about Disney's America, a project that failed to get a location twice. The first attempt was near Washington D.C., that was repelled by protestors. Then in 1997, the Knott family announced the plans to sell Knotts Berry Farm. Disney offered to buy the property which would've bring Disney's America to Buena Park. The ghost town and Independence Hall would've been kept with thr Roaring 20's, Fiesta Village and Camp Snoopy being converted into different lands. Out of fear that Disney would eliminate most of Walter Knott brought in to Knotts, it was sold to Cedar Fair, which ironically backfired because Cedar Fair eliminated more than what Disney would've eliminated. And this was just one of the reasons. The other was transportation problems.
So lets say that Disney got Knotts:
1.) Would Disney's America been more succesful than Disney's California Adventure?
2.) Would the Chicken Dinners remain?
3.) How would Disney solved the transportation problem, getting people from the Disneyland Resort to Disney's America?
4.) Would Disney's America be considered the third theme park of the resort even though the property is 10 minutes away from DLR?