There’s lots of gentleman’s agreements. There’s also conspiracies by a few powerful. There’s still some truth in there. Might be able to get at it, might not. It’s always possible to construct a plausible narrative and convince others it’s true or convince one’s self. What’s reasonable is plausible yet what’s true is “who knows” territory. That’s why there’s no singular World History book.

There’s lots of gentleman’s agreements. There’s also conspiracies by a few powerful.
There’s still some truth in there. Might be able to get at it, might not.
It’s always possible to construct a plausible narrative and convince others it’s true or convince one’s self. What’s reasonable is plausible yet what’s true is “who knows” territory. That’s why there’s no singular World History book.

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