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The Multiculturalism of Liberty v. The Multiculturalism of Coercion

By John O. Mcginnis ● Law and Liberty ● 11/14/2017

All cultures are, as it were, mongrel cultures – complex admixtures subject to flux and collision with others and undergirded ideally by the dynamism of liberty. What has emerged in contemporary society, however, is a multiculturalism of coercion, one that attempts forceful separation for the sake of cultural purity.

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