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1 Historical review: Some topics are better understood if a brief historical review of the topic is presented to lead into the discussion of the moment. Such topics might include "a biographical sketch of a war hero," "an upcoming execution of a convicted criminal," or "drugs and the younger generation." Obviously there are many, many more topics that could be introduced by reviewing the history of the topic before the writer gets down to the nitty gritty of his paper. It is important that the historical review be brief so that it does not take over the paper.
This presumes that there will be a triumph of a government system for regulating society. Yuval Noah Harari, in his 2011 book Sapiens, A Brief History of Humankind , shows that our behaviors are controlled by self-replicating cultural biases that may very well lead to the permanent destruction of humanity and, that industrialization is both one product of that bias and a clear indicator of its influence. The exceptions, explanations and incalculable time frame Fukuyama lays out to validate his theory ignore the reality of human motivational behavior as explained by Kahneman and Tversky in their 1981 essay "The Framing of Decisions and the Psychology of Choice." Kahneman and Tversky provide evidence and data that prove we do not behave in ways that the majority of academics define as "rational" and, therefore, predictable. That lack of rational predictability is even truer in any political undertaking. To say that democracy may expire, perhaps for centuries, but will rise again and become the universal norm provides a reason to look elsewhere for useful exploration of humankind's future.