I got pretty good grades in school. All the way through graduate school. Clearly, though, I played hookie for that history class where you learn about:
that era where the human race almost went extinct because women were having so many abortions;
and that dark epoch where almost every man was in prison due to false rape allegations;
and the many anarchist-driven genocides and famines;
and the near apocolypse which occurred when the world was ravaged by moochers;
oh, and the reverse evolution we experienced during that age of unhindered breastfeeding;
Whenever I'm having conversations, or reading about some political views, I am sure I missed something in school.
I keep trying to find the history books which will educate me on this so that I can be properly concerned. Can you point me in the right direction?
What historic lessons did you miss when you skipped that history class?