Rusian Duma, 1917
Dissent stirs, new ideas emerge, and revolution brews in Russia during 1917. The state assembly, the fourth Imperial State Duma, is now faced with an irate working class that threatens to destabilize Russia’s political establishment and elite. Delegates in this committee will be comprised of Russian legislators coping with the demands of the new revolution, which include expanded property rights free of state control, better working conditions for Russia’s middle and lower class, and an end to the authoritative and restrictive government in power. As members of the Duma, you must work together to find a peaceful solution that stabilizes the country and gives hope to the oppressed people of Russia. This will be a difficult compromise, but success is entirely attainable and in your hands.