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Dr. Max Müller is a Häverist revolutionary, political theorist, and politician.  He was head of the Aedelish Häverist Party from 7572 to 7579.  His theories on thermoeconomics are the foundation of a variant of Häverism known as Productive Häverism upon which the Aedelish Technate was founded.  As director of the research office of the Aedelish Technate, he developed the controversial Forward Initiative.  
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'''Dr. Max Müller''' is a Häverist revolutionary, political theorist, and politician.  He was head of the Aedelish Häverist Party from 7572 to 7579.  His theories on thermoeconomics are the foundation of a variant of Häverism known as Productive Häverism upon which the Aedelish Technate was founded.  As director of the research office of the Aedelish Technate, he developed the controversial Forward Initiative.  
His formulations for a more productive Häverist system were both a reaction to and a further development of the Theissian Reformations.  Whereas reforms in Häverist [[Helreich]] decreased the power and control of the distribution apparatus and shifted the economy to a more supply and demand controlled economy, Productive Häverism, or Aeverism, called for the de-liberalization of market based reforms in favor of accommodating foreign trade through a gold-backed commodity based currency and incentivising productivity through quantatative productivity distributions and qualitative validation distributions.   
His formulations for a more productive Häverist system were both a reaction to and a further development of the Theissian Reformations.  Whereas reforms in Häverist [[Helreich]] decreased the power and control of the distribution apparatus and shifted the economy to a more supply and demand controlled economy, Productive Häverism, or Aeverism, called for the de-liberalization of market based reforms in favor of accommodating foreign trade through a gold-backed commodity based currency and incentivising productivity through quantatative productivity distributions and qualitative validation distributions.   

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Dr. Max Müller
Dr. Max Müller
Official portrait
Born 12 November 7524
Himmelstein, Helreich
Died
Occupation Government official

Director of Research
In office
31 October 7579 - Present
Preceded by Office established
Succeeded by Incumbent


Dr. Max Müller is a Häverist revolutionary, political theorist, and politician. He was head of the Aedelish Häverist Party from 7572 to 7579. His theories on thermoeconomics are the foundation of a variant of Häverism known as Productive Häverism upon which the Aedelish Technate was founded. As director of the research office of the Aedelish Technate, he developed the controversial Forward Initiative.

His formulations for a more productive Häverist system were both a reaction to and a further development of the Theissian Reformations. Whereas reforms in Häverist Helreich decreased the power and control of the distribution apparatus and shifted the economy to a more supply and demand controlled economy, Productive Häverism, or Aeverism, called for the de-liberalization of market based reforms in favor of accommodating foreign trade through a gold-backed commodity based currency and incentivising productivity through quantatative productivity distributions and qualitative validation distributions.

Early Life and Education

Born into a wealthy new class family at Himmelstein to Friedrich Müller and Stella Handler. His father, younger brother of the third Anführer Herald Müller, was a physicist and his mother, who was 20 years younger and his third wife, a theoretical mathmatician. The family moved to Hoffnung when he was three. As a youth, he was exposed to some of the greatest thinkers of the Häverist Commonwealth and was admitted to the Häverist Academia a year early. He proved to be an outstanding pupil and graduated with honors. He loved literature and left the Academia proficient in Aedelish, Anisoran, Ashtemic, Auresian, Cheltic, Wortsproke, Stoldish, and Wolgos.

He intended to pursue his advanced studies in the law but was forced to study medicine due to wartime needs for physicians. He pursued public health as his specialization following the death of his mother to typhoid in his first year of study. While attending medical school he regularly attended an anti-war political discussion group but was expelled for defending the policies of his uncle. It was while in medical school that he developed a taste for tobacco and he would remain a lifelong cigar smoker.

Early Career and Marriage

Upon completing his medical training he was assigned to clinical work in Hoffnung as part of his eight year residence service requirement to avoid combt service. He worked primarily in virology and the treatment of venereal disease. His work during this period was unexceptional. Near the end of his service he requested to study with the Sisters of the Body but his request was denied. Upon completion of his service, he lost interest in medicine and applied to study at the University of Peradotto but was again denied due to the war. Depressed and frustrated he continued his clinical work in Hoffnung largely unnoticed throughout the war.

He was infuriated by the election of Matthias Reisenburg, a wealthy member of the nobility, and an aquaintence at the Academia. In his mind Reisenburg's appointment to Anführer was the natural consequence of the liberalizing Theissian Reformations. After joining several anti-governemtn political groups and participating in a number of protests, he was arrested in 7553 and put on house arrest for 16 months. It was after his release from house arrest that he met his first wife, Olga Gluass. Almost immediately he started an affair with Helen Sävert, a popular socialite among Hoffnung's elite. It was through Helen Sävert that he met and befriended Vilhelm av Ambróðring, who was at that time serving as Aedeland's ambassador to Helreich. Upon learning that Aedeland had no such nobility, he attempted to emigrate to Aedeland. However, his request was denied by both Aedeland and Helreich. Instead, he moved to war torn Nelfesthal where he continued humanitarian clinical work.

While in Nelfesthal, he unsuccessfully attempted several times to emigrate but found doing so difficult due to widespread anti Hellish sentiments following the PAW. However, he was finally accepted to study economics at the University of Peradotto claiming to be a displaced Mörenburger. It was while studying economics at Peradotto that he formulated his theories of Productive Häverism. In 7568, he secured a teaching position at Aulë under false Vittmarker papers for Inälvsdalen.

Bloodless Revolution and Aftermath

In 7572, he started the Aedelish Häverist Party at Aulë. The party originally met in secret. However, he began delivering public speaches on his theories after the ban on Häverism was lifted in Aedeland. He was soon joined by Viktor av Lönnå who offered to help organize a political campaign and to secure funding for the movement. The two used the unpopular Hanniyahs drafts to build a popular student movement. In 7579, a group of his students from Aulë overan the Rideskolen-Elverum in Ascolat and declared Eastern Aedeland's independence as a new Häverist state. The majority of the Stads Kavalericorps, Aedeland's heavy cavalry, was deployed to the Hanniyahs and the students had met little resistance. However, the propaganda of the stunt was valuable to the new Häverist Party and within weeks of taking the Rideskolen-Elverum, he went to Helreich where the movement garnered Hoffnung's support. Returning to Aedeland, he was invited to meet with the embattled Fører Georg av Horda. At the meeting it was agreed that the constitution would be suspended and popular elections held in exchange for a guarantee from the Häverist Party that they would work to curtail civil unrest.

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