Based on the events and details in “The Lottery.” interpret the argument Shirley Jackson (the author) seems to be asking about the law and society (social contract). You may think of “social contract” as a phrase denotating relationships on a broad level: what the individual expects from groups (e.g. the village) and what groups should in turn expect in society ? What evidence suggest that it is ? Your discussion should articulate clearly Jackson’s view and provide textural evidence (quotes) to indicate that your interpretation is reasonable. Then, relate the situation potrayed in “The Lottery” to the real world of human affairs:politics , history,etc. Should the laws always be followed?