The Limits of Tolerance: Nation–State Building and What It Means for Minority Groups

@article{Levene2000TheLO,
  title={The Limits of Tolerance: Nation–State Building and What It Means for Minority Groups},
  author={M. Levene},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  year={2000},
  volume={34},
  pages={19 - 40}
}
  • M. Levene
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology
  • Patterns of Prejudice
Abstract When we think of the most egregious forms of intolerance directed against minority communities we tend to associate them with particularly despicable regimes, such as Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia, where racism, ideology or some special route to development is often held to blame, or where ultra-nationalism swamps positive tendencies towards democracy and a civil society. In this essay Levene proposes a partial corrective to this view with reference to the supposedly ‘good’ nation… Expand
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