Should an aim of U.S. education policy be the flourishing of social and religious diversity? Or is it more important to foster shared political values and civic virtues? In Diversity and Distrust, Princeton University’s Stephen Macedo argues for the rejection of uncritical multiculturalism and advocates “a liberal educative project that shapes diversity for civic purposes. … We would do well to be more conscious of the shared values that underlie much talk of diversity.”

A Well-Founded Fear
By Philip G. Schrag
(Routledge; 352 pages; $23.99, paperback)

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