Multiculturalism, the Handwriting Is on the Wall

Since the 1960s, multiculturalism has become a dominant feature of the political and intellectual landscape in the West. But multiculturalism rests on a frail foundation: cultural relativism — the notion that no culture is better or worse than any other, but merely different. However, the evidence demonstrates conclusively that when it comes to democratic continuity, social justice, and prosperity, some cultures perform far better than others. We’ll examine this fascinating topic.

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