Cultural Unity and Diversity in New States
by Charles C. Moskos, Jr. & Wendell Bell - 1965
An analysis of the difficulties posed by cultural pluralism. Human diversity is a source of human problems. Like most treasures, the great advantages of individual and cultural differences are not had without cost and control. Nowhere is this poignant aspect of the human condition more apparent than in the newly emerging nations, where education is relied upon as a primary tool for achievement of cultural unity.
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