Many of our old public expectations and shared assumptions and experiences seem shaken or ineffective. E pluribus unum no longer seems to express our sense of ourselves as a people both diverse and one. This volume puts current questions of unity and diversity into proper historical perspective, explores the causes and consequences of current problems, and offers solutions. Includes essays by Michael Barone, Stanley Crouch, Mark Helprin, Gertrude Himmelfarb, Glenn Loury, Harvey Mansfield, John O’Sullivan, Frederick Turner, and sixteen others.
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