The Social Contract Press is an educational and publishing organization advocating open discussion of such related issues as population size and rate of growth, protection of the environment and precious resources, limits on immigration, as well as preservation and promotion of a shared American language and culture.
The Social Contract quarterly journal publishes articles, essays and book reviews on these interrelated topics. Our archives section facilitates searching across all previous issues.
The Social Contract Press Bookstore offers new books, videos and charts by such authors as Garrett Hardin and Roy Beck, along with reprints of classic texts dealing with our areas of interest.
Immigrant numbers and immigration policies rank high in the activities and concerns of The Social Contract enterprises. We favor immigration, but at much lower, more traditional levels. We are in favor of fewer admissions in order to reduce the rate of America’s population growth, protect jobs, preserve the environment, and foster assimilation.