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    Peasants' Republicanism

    is the political system practiced by the Peasants' Republics what is now mostly north-western Germany, most prominently in Frisia.

    The system was a reaction to Feudalism and a rejection thereof, instead placing the power in the hands of peasants. Sometimes a oligarchical system developed where a few families held power in the state and were the only ones allowed to vote (such as in Dithmarschen), other times the societies were more direct-democratic and communal in nature.
    A constant however was that the peasants owned the land they worked and had to pay little or no taxes.



    Peasants' Republicanism is strongly Anti-Feudal and believes that all peasants should be free from it.

    Some peasants' republics, like Dithmarschen, were oligarchical in nature and were politically ruled by a very few wealthy families. Others, like in the Free Frisian Lands, were mostly communal and, according to some, direct-democratic to even anarchistic in nature.

    Personality and Behavior

    He loves to farm and enjoys his freedoms, he hates Feudalism and is sad to see other peasants suffer under it. It's best friend is Lübeck Law.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Peasants' Republicanism
    1. Draw a ball with a black outline.
    2. Fill it with light brown.
    3. Add roughly seven redish-brown stripes.
    4. Write the phrase "Liewer düd aß Slaawe" (Frisian for "Better dead than slaves") in the bottom-centre, with the "Slaawe" (somestimes "Sklav" being most prominent.)
    5. Add the eyes.
    6. Done!




    • Tribalism - Eh you served us well for some time, but when you united Jever it turned into just another monarchy.
    • Christian Theocracy - I love god, but I don't think he should run the state, at least not directly.
    • Anarchism - I don't know why people keep comparing me to you, but I suppose you're kinda cool.
    • Peasants Feudalism - You hate the nobility and love the peasantry, but why keep feudalism?



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