the united states

1.What groups are involved? Who has the power?

   - five groups where involved in this game. The army and wealthy have the most power.

2.How the balance of power shifted and why?

   - The army started and remained with the most MSU's. The guerillas gained a lot of power over the three months but still didn't have more MSU's than the army and wealthy.

3.How was cooperation and conflict shown in the game (violence/corruption/war)?

    -Then guerillas and the army and wealthy had a couple attacks done to one another. The army and wealthy also silenced one of the guerillas.

4.What role did the US have on the simulation?

    -The US's role was to try to keep peace. In the end the wanted the country of Guatemala to have peace with all the groups

5.What happens to a country when power shifts, is the effect positive or negative?

    -It could be good for some people in the country and may be bad for others. For the most part its negative because the people have to get used to the new rules that the new leaders made, and they might not agree with them.

6.Apply this information to YOUR LIFE! What relationships do you have in your life, how are cooperation and conflict evident? Provide a minimum of 2 examples.

    -I have conflict with my sisters and parents when they want me to do something and I don't want to do it



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