World 141

In 1994 in World 141, North Korea made a mandate that everyone must wear a uniform. In 1995 all countries known for textile production stopped exports. The western world, having no other choice to produce clothes as all was imported, turned to North Korea’s example and created mandated uniforms. Because of all western factories being closed down and shipped overseas, the governments didnt have enough time to come up with alternatives. So instead they mass produced uniforms.

What if …

countries had specific uniforms?

Issue:

countries that have to produce textiles at the expense of health of citizens

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Published by Amy Twigger Holroyd

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