The Politics of Multiculutralism: Three Mistakes

The issue of multiculturalism has not suffered from neglect. Rather the reverse: it is not easy to find a political question that theorists, leaders of intellectual opinion and public officials have given more attention to over the last five years, except the Iraq war. I have come to believe, having just finished a nine year study of Muslims in the Netherlands, that the first is as mistaken an enterprise as the second, though less tragic.

The World Today Published 1 July 2007 Updated 15 October 2020 2 minute READ

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