The world-war provocateur phenomenon


During the ensuing national crisis



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During the ensuing national crisis, Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin Laden's party capitalized on the opportunity for partisan advancement through political chaos by luring the country to the brink of civil war with mounting threats of a military coup. The party's effort to foment political instability included both direct terrorist intimidation and the introduction of provocative political initiatives. Within this precarious environment, widespread desperation increased the population's blind yearning for a unifying savior like the strong national government promised by his party’s platform. After a decade of fighting his way to the top of the revolutionary leadership, the national crisis in Year 11 swelled his popularity to precipitate this triumph on which he would base his quest for empire.




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