Many people have their own peculiar notions of what constitutes a social contract. Some think that it is a mutually beneficial contract with government, yet others consider it to be an excuse for coercive manipulation by the state. Are either of these true, or is there another explanation altogether? More importantly, does any notion of the social contract really matter in terms of securing our Liberties?
AshleyAlyse's "A Dangerous Situation," & Thelen Paulk's "A Visitor from the Past."
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