Bullets and Ballots
By Julian Leclerc
The Groups That Were Involved
The groups that participated were: Guerillas, Peasants, United States, Rich/Military, Government
Shift of Power
Power shifted very much in the game, at first the military and rich had the most MSUs and that was their advantage. On Day 2 the rich/military were still in power but, on Day 3 power shifted drastically, it ended with the Government having most of the MSUs and the peasants having
Corruption and Conflict
Throughout the game it seemed like every group was in conflict. Guerillas and Rich/Military were constantly arguing and fighting and didn't try to make peace with one another.
Role of U.S. in the Simulation
Putting whoever they thought was more beneficial into power
What happens when power shifts
Power shifts can make a country go into civil war or it can lead
into a time of peace. The outcome can be positive or negative.
Relation with my life
This can be related to my real life when I work in a group. Sometimes I have conflict with people in a work group over how the work is being balanced. Another example is how in a project me and my group work together to get the work done faster.