In the Top Ten series of games you and your friends change some of the more pivotal documents in history. Each player takes on a secret agenda. Changing these historical documents to match their agendas will score players more points. Play as the loud-mouthed talk radio host, the militant protester, the greedy economist, or dozens of other personalities, struggling to recreate these bits of history in line with your own values, goals, and agendas. Once you know your own secret agenda, compromise, cajole, and convince your fellow players to support the amendments you favor. Can you predict what goals your opponents are striving for? Or will you be left behind as the other players re-writen [sic] them to match their goals?
I picked it up from the shelf thinking that it may be an educational tool for "ages 8+". But no, it's premise is to re-write the Bill of Rights to match the player's agenda. No where on the box did it mention anything about Locke or unalienable rights. It encourages the player to be an agenda-driven activist.
Needless to say I didn't buy it.
Updated for punctuation.
I found this in the heart of Iowa's lefty-liberal, socialist Iowa City.