AP English Language: What Is The Theme?

The theme of the passage can best be described as

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Passage Drill
Comprehension and InferenceTheme/Subject

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and picking out a few key words here at its

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good customers developing products that coffee then with like a

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drug to start about scotland and cocaine were going Wow

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this thing is long It goes oh some eighty lines

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and finally go back to the top It's okay we're

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gonna start on cocaine and no one's really good with

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capt Robertson cultivators going there's a billion people were getting

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freaky with starbucks revolutionized american coffee You drink caffeine and

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money and they just livers and unconditional peace Coffee place

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marketing with those copies you understand Howard shelton Starbucks and

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i got a got a million calories every sort of

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shelter for taking on a freeway by taking cocaine Caffeine

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to koga will hide behind this gallery regularly made A

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big father told him that you could be right We're

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just going down There are gonna be completely different now

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We're going to be something that somebody probably framed him

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Anything that could dream of our child Well the theme

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of the passage can best be described as what Yeah

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Although many of the options pertained a parts of the

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passage While the question asked about the passage over all

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the idea that all parts have in common though as

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evidenced by the frequent citation of their financial impact is

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that both legal and illegal drugs play a massive role

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in our economy because the passage includes stuff about starbucks

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While the overall thing doesn't center on illegal drugs specifically

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so get rid of caramel macchiato knows her delicious enough

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that they totally should be illegal But well they're not

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The passage talks about the similar profitability of legal and

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illegal drugs not similarities of the drugs themselves With people

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who drink a lot of coffee to do that again

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Some paragraphs do talk about the rise of some entrepreneurs

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But the passage about the product's not people in the

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producers Nothing in the passage not even the parts about

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crack talk about the evils of corporations So get rid

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of d Yeah it's the communist section of this book

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So the answer is d How drugs became integral to

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the american economy that's it and be done there