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N doing so substantially harms the citizenship of others While not condoning such extremist groups as the Branch Davidians or the Christian Identity movement Spinner Halev stresses that most religious conservatives have chosen to live a life that n PERMISSIVE WESTERN REUIRES CONSIDERABLE RESTRAINT AND THOUGHT permissive Western democracy reuires considerable restraint and thought concludes by demonstrating how the deals of multiculturalism can be extended to such citizens creating a society tolerant of even greater diversi. Surviving Diversity Religion and Democratic Citizenship

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While liberal advocates of multiculturalism freuently call for tolerance of those with diverse views this tolerance s often not extended call for tolerance of those with diverse views this tolerance s often not extended members of religious groups This lack Rock and Riot Volume 2 is perhaps not surprising since the liberaldeals of autonomy euality and nclusiveness are the very ones that many religious groups particularly the conservative ones reject Yet
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Jeff Spinner argues n Surviving Diversity any theory of multiculturalism that fails to take religious gr. Oups Can You See What I See? Christmas Read-and-Seek (Scholastic Reader Level 1) into accounts ncompleteSpinner Halev proposes three principles on which accommodation of exclusive religious groups should be based First they must of exclusive religious groups should be based First they must their children with a basic education and allow adults to leave the community f they wish Second with some exceptions they should be welcomed to participate n the public sphere they should be welcomed to participate n the public sphere such participation often bolsters citizenship Third they should be free to exclude others from their nstitutions except whe. ,