When the Social Contract is Not Upheld

Criminal Justice Professor Darrin Porcher says that the social contract is what affords common citizens protections by government. "You have to support the social contract. You have to enforce the laws that are on the books," Porcher said. "If you don't do the two then you have crime that'll run rampant, and you have a chaotic state, as we are witnessing in places like New York, Chicago, and California. The list just keeps growing and growing and growing. We need to do something for the law-abiding citizens and not for the criminals."

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