Table of contents for Finding our way : rethinking ethnocultural relations in Canada / Will Kymlicka.


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Acknowledgements


Introduction


Part One The Merits of Multiculturalism


1. Setting the Record Straight


2. Putting Multiculturalism into Perspective


3. Renegotiating the Terms of Integration


4. The Limits of Tolerance


5. A Crossroads in Race Relations


6. Can Multiculturalism Be Extended to Non-Ethnic Groups?


7. Towards a More Representative Democracy


8. A Truce in the Multiculturalism Wars?


Part Two The Unhappy Marriage of Federalism and Nationalism


9. Taking Nationalism Seriously


10. Two Models of Federalism in Canada


11. Papering Over the Differences


12. Rethinking English Canada


13. The Bonds of Social Unity


Conclusion


Appendix


Notes


Index





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Multiculturalism -- Canada.
Canada -- Ethnic relations.
Canada -- Race relations.
Pluralism (Social sciences) -- Canada.
Multiculturalisme -- Canada.