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Appeared in: Volume 1, Number 1
Published on: September 1, 2005
The Gloryland Chorus

Robert Wuthnow worries that America's traditional "live and let live" approach to religious diversity isn't good enough. He seeks a more engaged pluralism, but his own analysis suggests he's not likely to get it.

Clifford Orwin is professor of political science, fellow of St. Michael's College and director of the Program in Political Philosophy and International Affairs at the University of Toronto.

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