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- Apr 16, 2008
Here you go.
So perhaps it was asked before (if so, sorry - and could you show me where?), I didn´t read all 20 pages. But my questions:
3) Will Trotsky look like Trotsky? In the WWW videos there was a coup in the USSR, but the guy didn´t look like Trotsky at all. Am I just dumb or was that a different guy? Thx.
Yes you can. There is no focus, which is sensible. The ideology changing focii or somewhat grounded in reality (such as America becoming fascist as a response to the Great Depression), but it is simply unreasonable to expect Stalin to allow the USSR to change, as it would mean he loses power. That said, you can appoint Democratic or Fascist Ministers to encourage those ideologies, and pick the respective responses to decisions, allowing for government change later. Externally, other nations may also support parties or coups.Can you turn Soviet Union democratic or fascist? It looks like there's no national focus for either of those.
I can speak Latin and I think that focii is wrongPractices for pluralizing Latin origin, English language words are not at all standardized. I don't know enough about actual Latin grammar to comment on whether that'd be the appropriate usage in the Latin form, but it's clear what was meant either way.