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Multiculturalism as a Process of Globalisation


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  • Bolton, Kerry

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    Multi-cultural politics including that concerned with immigration is a method of social engineering. Whoever raises a voice in public in opposition or even merely of caution is pilloried as a 'racist' and a 'reactionary'. Conversely, those who champion multiculturalism are upheld as the paragons of 'progress' and humanitarianism. Yet behind the moral façade multiculturalism is a cynical stratagem, an important part of the process of globalisation in the interests of a small, self-appointed plutocratic elite. This essay examines how multiculturalism is an aspect of globalisation

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    Article provided by Academy of Social and Political Research in its journal Ab Aeterno.

    Volume (Year): 1 (1)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 8

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    Handle: RePEc:ris:aetern:0002

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