Madi McShan and Becky Parker


The children all happily share their toys together.

Direct Democracy

The parents take the children to the toy store, and the children get to pick out whatever toys they please.

Representative Democracy

The children let their older siblings decide which toys to get.


All of the toys that the children buy must be approved by the priest.


The most wealthy parents in the neighborhood decides which toys all of the children will get, and his son and future wife will later decide.


The father takes all of the toys away from the children, and sends them to time out.