It's ultimately cringe and surprisingly based at the same time. Cringe, because it's peak virtual socdemmery shice which expects you to unite the private exploiters and the death squads with their slaves fur le cummon goot. Based, since it unknowingly teaches you that it is impossible
to drive society-oriented humane politics when the main production forces still reside in private property instead of a governmental one at least.
And guess what, even if you slam your ministy with the most supposedly radical
fighters for socialism, some of which were commanders in guerrilla and others stuffed in prisons, you still won't get a chance to promote any
move that comes out of succdam way. E.g. there's an event where landless farmers say it's enough and just go and take the land from the big guys and ask you to legalize it ‒ and you won't
, since you can only take path of either a seething big guy or your so-called radical
of whom would gently ask you to pacify the dang dirty wageslave stupid proles by speeches of a soft reformation for le cummon of ouh nayshun.
And yeh, this is also the grandpa of that shiddy chauvinistic political "sim" that is called "Crisis in the Kremlin" ‒ even the main gameplay screen, as you can (I hope) see, is practically the same.