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"The social contract is an intellectual device intended to explain the appropriate relationship between individuals and their governments. Social contract arguments assert that individuals unite into political societies by a process of mutual consent, agreeing to abide by common rules and accept corresponding duties to protect themselves and one another from violence and other kinds of harm."Growing up, the phrase "America is a melting pot" was used to promote diversity and understanding about being a place for all. Which the United States branded itself as a cooking recipe of progressive people unified in sharing the country's vision of Freedom. The U.S. Foreign Policy could be understood as social contract (for whom?), but it seems this policy has made Americans disliked by a few. As People we need re-organization of grassroots understandings to build stronger relationships for a mutual equity of justice. It seems today, upper America no longer associate themselves in thought yet alone the physical with the reality of average Americans.
Now realize already your mental have been recruited by everyone with a so call movement and/or agenda. Remember education is not only from schools of academia. A person today must utilize natural intellect at recognizing fraudulent causes of hate, self interest, bias opinionated facts, and media watching. Know certain media outlets are delivering messages of those who can afford their advertisement rates and back room agendas at persuading thought (something to think about).
We are so divided, the average man is tittering between truth and falsehood. Making falsehood appears so right while truth is covered as wrong and UnAmerican. Let's Build social responsibility between family, neighbors and communities escalating to states, countries and nations. Let the example of true America stay clear from wealth selfishness, racism and backbiting. Please comment and share your input.
Famous words, "They got money for wars, but can't feed the poor" Tupac Shakur
Think Wise and build bridges...