So, I'm breaking into the forum with Irish scenario. 1918 was a key year, that determined the further history of Ireland. So far, for 8 years, nationalists have tried unsuccessfully to fight for the Home Rule Act, Sinn Fein has gained immense popularity, which is necessary for radical actions. Also in these elections there was a noticeable change of generations: the old moderate electorate was replaced by young, determined men and women.
Anyway, turning times are coming to Ireland. Over the last 8 years, much has been done to dramatically change society's views on the future. Will post-wa