Harari points out that human culture became centralized around market and the state because of how humans started to make their own boundaries and then claim those boundaries as their own land and naming the owned or even conquered land. This action started to force humans to live in states that were controlled by a ruling government. With this power, the government controlled the market and made laws to make sure the market worked in their favor. With most humans living around or in a government controlled area, market and state became the central aspect of human culture. With the government controlling so much of the market, politics started to be involved in the market. This allowed certain corrupted people of the government to take advantage of the market and swindle themselves up to luxury, through politics and the laws of the state of market.
I think historians should play the role that they have always have, and that is writing down the history of this world and its inhabitants because without history, future generations would have no clue on how they got there and how the world ended up to their lifetimes. Without historians, we would have no clue about our history. Historians could be less bias in their history telling compared to how a lot of the history we are taught, is one sided and does not tell the full history behind the event. Historians will always have an important role to play in the future and for the future generations to come.