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Public Trials Lida Maxwell. Should Church and State be Joined at the Altar: Women's Rights and the Multicultural Dilemma 9. Female Autonomy and Cultural Imperative: Intrinsic Value and the Protection of Difference The Rights of Indigenous Peoples Three Modes of Incorporating Indigenous Law Federalism and Nationalism Sustainable Federalism, Democratisation and Distributive Justice A Pluralist Approach to Secession and Federation.
Special Features Contributions for leading scholars in the field Explores theoretical issues in the course of examining concrete experience in public policy Contains a lengthy, comprehensive introduction to the central debates of recent political theorizing about citizenship in pluralistic democratic societies.
Will Kymlicka and Wayne Norman
In fairness, there are a few serious contributions in this volume to the debate about the relationship of minority rights and civic duties. Jeremy Waldron contributes a rigorously argued chapter in which he deals squarely with the issue of civic responsibility, and in which he delineates a class of minority claims that would be, at least prima facie, senseless for liberal societies to accommodate.
Eamonn Callan and Jeff Spinner-Halev also deal earnestly with the issue of whether and when educational autonomy for religious groups might conflict with the need of the state to foster civic education. Once, however, one dispenses with the hope that civic responsibility claims will be incorporated systematically in the essays in this volume, it is possible to appreciate it for what it does offer.
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