Indian National Congress
India, 1920-- dissent brews in the streets. The people of India have grown tired of the rule of the foreign British empire. The time is now-- with the close of World War I, and the reduction of Britain’s foreign power, people across the world have sensed the weakening of the most powerful nation on Earth. You, as Indian Independence leaders, must capitalize on this opportunity. The committee must learn to navigate religious differences stemming from conflicts centuries old, balance between peaceful and militant ideals, develop a game plan to rid the region of foreign rulers, and handle any challenges thrown your way in a committee which promises intrigue, deception, compromise, struggles, and so much more.