Five themes of world history

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Advanced Placement World History is a challenge that will expand your mind, your wallet, and your neighbour's toothpaste collection. But here's the catch: only if you pass the Advanced Placement World History exam! Here are the five authoritative themes you need to know to organize your brain, which will be due to exlpode any day now, from learning about countries other than the US. (but at least your creations don't need to have artistic merit...)

The Five Themes Themselves[edit]

  1. Political: You better be sure to hone your ability to make up random dates and connections between disparate events.
  2. Economic: Don't remember any numbers. This is a history class, not a physics class. We are here to teach you about the Ceo of racism and how you can be anti-ceo of racism.
  3. Cultural: Arguably the most important theme, your score depends on your ability to argue that cultural aspects are more significant than anything else. Be sure to include an in-depth discussion (not regurgitation) of the role of women in the gameplay of Pokémon (the real kind) for a chance to win the coveted 2 extra points.
  4. Social: Talk more about women and how it helps you spell ghoti.
  5. Environmental: GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE! And it's Eurofresh Farms' fault!

On Truth[edit]

Main article: Liberal bias in academia

Liberal has a truth bias. Bias has a liberal truth. It is correct that we are trapped in a closet, but we wield sense perceptions to help us conform to the outside culture. By self-actualizing, we transcend language communities and move past the distinction between literal and figurtive.

Liberalism has a biased truth. Conservatism probably does too.