Ethnocentric political theory, secularism and multiculturalism

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Modood, T., Bauböck, R., Carens, J.H. et al. Ethnocentric political theory, secularism and multiculturalism. Contemp Polit Theory (2020). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41296-020-00414-4

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