THE CONSEQUENCES OF REJECTING THE SOCIAL CONTRACT

Posted: August 13, 2015 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

THE ROAD TO CONCORD

The Social Contract is based on the notion that government is formed by agreement between the citizens of a nation, and that, because it was created by the People, if the government violates the terms of that contract, the People not only have a right but a duty to change or abolish that government.  This right to contract is part of Natural Law, which is derived fromNatural Right, which grow out of those gifts granted to every person by their Creator.  These rights are inherent in every individual and cannot be justly trampled or infringed upon by another.  If they are, this gives the injured party a just claim to redress for that injury.  This is also the source of the People’s authority to change or abolish their government should it violate the Social Contract which created it.  However, Natural Rights and the Natural Law which governs them…

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