The period between 1810 and the early 1830s in South America will be the focus of the debate, where delegates will go over, and live, some of the most important situations of this time period relating to the liberation of this continent. At first, delegates will be faced with the Creation of the Venezuelan Junta by a group of anti-Spanish dissenters, Bolívar among them. Following the tumultuous creation of the Venezuelan Junta, delegates will face the Spanish-Venezuelan armistice, and more importantly the rupture and betrayal within the original anti-Spanish group. Eventually, the cabinet will be in great danger as the Guayaquil Conference will define the relations between those supporting Bolívar in the north and José de San Martín in the south; not one of the two groups will back down if confronted. As the situation in Venezuela escalates, delegates will be faced with the War between Venezuela and Gran Colombia, a conflict that thoroughly divided Bolívar’s cabinet. As Bolívar was almost assassinated, delegates will be faced with the following question: who will benefit from this action, and who will lead afterward? Only you will be able to make a difference, only you will be able to rewrite history.