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Cosmopolitanism For Pauline Hanson: A Nation’s Panacea?

Professor Stuart Rees believes an inclusive way forward for the global community lies in the notion of cosmopolitanism. Enthusiasm about cosmopolitanism is the most appropriate response to Pauline Hanson’s recent speech forecasting that Australia was in danger of being overrun by Muslims. It’s not only Senator Hanson who likes to polarize. Politicians and media commentators [.
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