Political Community, Liberal-Nationalism and the Ethics of Assimilation
Ethics, 2, (109), .
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Most states contain considerable cultural diversity. Some liberals-let us call them liberal-nationalists-believe that it is important nevertheless for these states to forge or sustain a shared national identity the realization of liberal values is jeopardized. In effect, liberal-nationalists of this kind believe that national community is a precondition for the viability of political community as liberals conceive it.
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