Social Harmony and Social Dissonance

This book, written by Nguyet Cam and published in 1971, outlines the tenets of Progressive Harmony in an elaborate musical metaphor. To quote the Progenitor setting book, it's message is that "while the individual is valuable and deserving of government protection, the proper focus for social organization is the collective." Social Harmony and Social Dissonance remains an important cornerstone to the ProgHarm message and, while it isn't itself syntergenic it is extremely persuasive.

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