Neuhaus, Richard John
August 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1997, Issue 75, p79
Addresses the U.S. policy to multiculturalism. Assumptions that will explain the potential disappearance of a majority race in the U.S.; Views of U.S. President Bill Clinton on racial diversity in Hawaii; Formula for exacerbating the tension between races; Common aim of multiculturalists and the champions of a white majority.


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