| Lottery World |
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|Date of Divergence||1798-1799|
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The reason for this is the people of that world took the Reverend Thomas Malthus more seriously all those years before when he told them that humanity would be condemned to enternal misery because the population would increase faster than the food supply.
It is not without trouble as the "right to lifers" (some of which are nobel prize winners and philosphopers) believe that the lottery is immoral, those who attempt to stop people "making way" are arrested and taken to "make way" with pain (e.g. an execution).