In the wake of the supposed failure of the multiculturalist ‘experiment’, British political leaders are resurrecting the Victorian idea of tolerance as a ‘core British value’. But the tradition of Great British Tolerance is historically questionable, and to require immigrants and minorities to subscribe to such a nebulous concept is intolerably coercive.
The New Humanist
Volume 122 Issue 3 May/June 2007
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