An Old Contempt in Rotherham | The New Yorker


What appears to have been at work is a problematic multiculturalism to which European countries have subscribed too easily.

It’s the kind of multiculturalism that is really a form of separatism: you stay in your enclave and we’ll stay in ours; …

via An Old Contempt in Rotherham – The New Yorker.

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