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)The Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR): A History
By: The Ministry of Education (MINEDU),
1 Boulevard de Lisa "Roja" Perez
The Commercial District of the City of Juventud, Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR),
P.O. BOX 0005.Introduction
: The Pre-Colonial Era of the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR)
Prior to the discovery of what is now the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR) by Christopher Columbus in 1502 and the Spanish colonization that followed his discovery, the island that is now the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR) was an island that was, for all intents and purposes, uninhabited by human beings. Moreover, it was an island that was completely enveloped by a dense forest that harbored both a spectrum of vegetation that happened to be indigenous to the Caribbean region and, a species of rabbit that was present nowhere else in the rest of the world. We know of this information because of the magnificent discoveries of the "Pre-History of Tropico Program", which was initiated by the Department of Science of the University of the Tropican Socialist Republic (UTSR) in 1980, as so to learn more about the overall situation that was in existence before humans came onto the country's shores during the period of Spanish colonization.Chapter I
: 1502-1810 - The Colonial Era of the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR)A.) 1502-1510: THE DISCOVERY OF TROPICO BY CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, THE SETTLEMENT OF THE CITY OF JUVENTUD AND ITS ENTOMOLOGY
1A.) The Discovery of Tropico
On the morning of the 14th of August, 1502, one of the crewmen on the leading ship of an exploratory mission that was headed by the aforementioned Christopher Columbus sighted an island that had a small series of hills and that was mostly forested. Soon after the sighting, he came to Columbus with the news and that, in turn, convinced Columbus to proceed towards this island with the hopes of finding new treasures and of expanding the Spanish Empire. The island that is being described here is, of course, the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR), and, with the landing of this exploratory mission, which occurred during the latter part of the day, a new epoch had begun, an epoch that would irrevocably transform its reality in every aspect.B.) 1510-1810: THE ESTABLISHMENT AND ENTRENCHMENT OF THE SLAVE LABOR-BASED SUGAR AND CORN AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM IN THE AREAS SURROUNDING THE CITY OF JUVENTUDChapter II
: 1810-1815 - The Tropican War of IndependenceA.) 1810: "EL GRITO DE JUVENTUD"B.) 1810: THE SLAVEOWNER-BASED OVERTHROW OF THE SPANISH COLONIAL GOVERNMENT OF TROPICO AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TROPICO (RoT)C.) 1810-1815: THE INVASION OF THE SPANISH CROWN AND THE FIRST BATTLE OF JUVENTUDD.) 1815: THE VICTORY OF THE TROPICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, AND, THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TROPICO-U.S.A. ALLIANCE Chapter III
: 1815-1945 - The Capitalist Era of the Tropican Socialist Repubic (TSR)A.) 1815-1820: THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BOTH LAND-BASED CAPITALISM AND TROPICAN "DEMOCRACY"B.) 1820-1850: THE ENTRENCHMENT OF LAND-BASED CAPITALISM AND TROPICAN "DEMOCRACY"C.) 1850: THE DESTRUCTION OF TROPICAN "DEMOCRACY" AND THE INSTALLATION OF GEN. MANUEL GARCIA SR. AS FIRST TROPICAN DICTATOR D.) 1850-1900: THE DICTATORSHIP OF GEN. MANUEL GARCIA SR. E.) 1900-1945: THE DICTATORSHIP OF GEN. MANUEL GARCIA IIIChapter IV
: 1945-1950 - The Glorious Tropican Working Class Revolution (GTWCR)A.) 1945: GENERAL STRIKE AND THE OCCUPATION OF THE FARMS, THE TEAMSTER'S OFFICE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OFFICE BY THE WORKING CLASSB.) 1945: ATTEMPTED STATE REPRESSION OF THE GENERAL STRIKE AND WORKPLACE OCCUPATIONSC.) 1945: THE FOUNDATION OF THE TROPICAN UNION OF COMMUNISTS (TUC) AND THE COMMUNIST GUARDS OF TROPICO (CGT)D.) 1945-1949: THE SECOND BATTLE OF JUVENTUDE.) 1950: VICTORY OF THE GLORIOUS TROPICAN WORKING CLASS REVOLUTION, THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR), THE ABOLITION OF LAND-BASED CAPITALISM, THE DELEGATION OF OWNERSHIP OF ALL WORKPLACES TO BOTH WORKPLACE ASSEMBLIES AND WORKERS' COLLECTIVES, THE ABOLITION OF THE TROPICAN-AMERICAN ALLIANCE, AND, THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TROPICO-U.S.S.R. ALLIANCEChapter V
: 1950-Present - The Socialist Era of the Tropican Socialist Republic (TSR)A.) 1950-1960: THE FIRST DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)B.) 1960-1970: THE SECOND DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)C.) 1970-1980: THE THIRD DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)D.) 1980-1990: THE FOURTH DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)E.) 1990-2000: THE FIFTH DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)F.) 2000-Present: THE SIXTH AND CURRENT DECADE OF THE TROPICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (TSR)
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