The Importance Of The Social Compact As A Dominant Features Of The State

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I.Introduction:

This political study will analyze the importance of the social compact as a dominant feature of the state due to the failure of the neoliberal ideology. The value of civil society and community0-based political mobilization is crucial to bring about a social compact that is inclusive of a wider majority of the population. The state is one of the only major institutional centers for the social contract to negotiate the needs of the people, and to reduce the power of private sector business interests from becoming too dominant in the daily political lives of the citizenry. Examples from Africa, Europe, and Russia will define the power of the state to moderate and control the needs of the citizen as a countermand to the capitalistic and monopolistic power of corporations that control the state. A return to nation state ideology is meant to encourage community activism and representational governments that protect the economic, social, and political lives of the majority. This paper will be divided into two sections based on the problem of neo-liberalism and the solutions of state-controlled civics through the social compact as a way to reduce and balance the power of capitalistic interests on a global and international scale. In essence, an analysis of the importance of the social compact as a dominant feature of the state due to the failure of the neoliberal ideology in the 21st century.

II.The Failure of the Neoliberal Ideology

The neoliberal ideology has…

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