(InterNation Sumilation) is a political
role-playing game where the participants pretend
the be the leaders (the cabinet) of an imaginary
country making decisions about how to spend
the budget, build up their nation's economy
and carry on diplomacy with other teams representing
May 2, 1969, Arthur Underwood and Steve Holloway
organized and ran UAHS's first such simulation
in the cafeteria with five countries representing
the major WEuropean powers in 1914. In our simulation,
WWI didn't happen. The list of students participating
and the roles they played are listed on Page
4 of these documents.
the details of the INS here.