A History of Radical Table Games: From Class Struggle to Coopoly

For those of you who are fed up hearing about and even playing video games, you’ll be glad to know that as of 2018 table-top games out performed video games in popularity. This brief article goes into the history of board games based on social change. Did you know that the famous capitalist game “Monopoly” was once a radical-left game called “Landlords”? There was another game on feminism called Suffragetto and one developed by Marxist philosopher Bertell Ollman called “Class Struggle”. The article closes with a list of contemporary board games based on social change.
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