- Oct 24, 2010
Like the Czarist faction just to get things more interesting.... You know Capitalist parties trying to get in power in order to destroy the Republic
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Good to hear, Thanks for clearing that up.Bernstein's Democrats will be seperate from the Luxemburgists (that is their name). The Democrats are Democratic Socialists and the Luxemburgists are thoroughly Communist.
Despite Rosa being a heroine of mine I shall try to uphold my objectivity. Afterall neither Marx nor Engels got special treatment because I liked them - both had major problems during their tenures and made plenty of mistakes even if they were both successes. The economic issues of the Republic are rooted in the game, they're not going to disappear if Rosa appears. Unemployment, overproduction and a fiscal crisis are what's going to face her even if no more crises emerge. This is ofc assuming she wins the next election.
Yes! Wasn't the whole point of expansion into Africa to turn them into proleterians?Looking at the game (I went in to get the stats for the Workers' Vote) I've noticed that several African territories are now states. What d'you guys think? Should I bring industry to the Dark Continent?