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The Rights of Minority Cultures Paperback – November 23, 1995

ISBN-13: 978-0198781011 ISBN-10: 0198781016 Edition: 1st

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"Presents sixteen essays representative of the debate, with an introduction and a very useful guide to further reading by Kymlicka. It is the first such reader of the new debate to become available and will be an essential resource for those new to the topic and to student courses that have sprung up and will proliferate."--Tariq Modood, Political Quarterly "This book...is sorely needed in the literature and provides a brilliant examination of the diverse issues involving ethnocultural and multicultural groups in our Western democracies."--Subhas Ramcharan, Canadian Public Policy "This collection of essays has been brought together by the distinguished political theorist Will Kymlicka, to promote better theoretical understanding of the issues underlying the recent upsurge in ethnic and national consciousness and conflict."--Patrick Thornberry, International Affairs

"This book provides an excellent collection of articles focusing on the most important issues confronting multi-ethnic and multi-national societies today...provides a brilliant examination of the diverse issues involving ethnocultural and multicultural groups in our Western democracies."--Canadian Public Policy

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