The Anti-Social Contract

The Anti-Social Contract

The Anti-Social Contract

The Anti-Social Contract

Synopsis

"An important contribution to the understanding of the internal dynamics of American society. It is also a powerful indictment of the American system... and a challenge to the Anglo-Saxon establishment to recognize and end the anti-social contract". -- Crescent International

This book addresses the hidden dialectic of white nationalism that has influenced America's political, legal and social policy since its birth. It views American history as fundamentally shaped by the struggle of the Anglo-American elite to bring into being a new unified white nationality through the assimilation of European immigrants, for the purpose of maintaining systemic dominance over non-European populations.

The U.S. Constitution has not provided U.S. national minorities with a social contract, widely understood as the basis for the legitimacy of governments, but rather with an unwritten, unspoken anti-social contract. The U.S. assimilationist process promoted as a "melting pot" has served to disguise the non-recognition of American national minorities through the denial of systemic pluralism which even to this day submerges American national minorities' tight to cultural identity and equal status as founding peoples of the United States.

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