by Max Barry

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The United Socialist States of
New York Times Democracy
The Danube Lies in Wait
Influence
Newcomer
Region
Civil Rights
Very Good
Economy
Good
Political Freedom
Superb

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The Danube Confederacy

Population747 million

CurrencyEurasian Ruble
AnimalBlack Eagle

The United Socialist States of The Danube Confederacy is a huge, safe nation, renowned for its barren, inhospitable landscape, compulsory military service, and irreverence towards religion. The hard-working, democratic population of 747 million Danubians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The relatively small government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Welfare, and Law & Order. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 15.2%.

The Danubic economy, worth 40.5 trillion Eurasian Rubles a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with major contributions from Uranium Mining, Retail, and Basket Weaving. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is 54,224 Eurasian Rubles, with the richest citizens earning 5.9 times as much as the poorest.

Employers may fire workers without giving any reason, the mining industry is making inroads into environmentally sensitive areas, surveillance cameras are banned, and artists from across the nation compete to renovate the restrooms of old government buildings. Crime, especially youth-related, is well under control, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. The Danube Confederacy's national animal is the Black Eagle, which can occasionally be seen dodging aircraft in the nation's cities.

The Danube Confederacy is ranked 52,914th in the world and 1,855th in Osiris for Most Extensive Civil Rights, with 67.62 Martin Luther King, Jr. Units.

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