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Contents ForewordCraig CalhounAcknowledgementsIntroduction: Racism, Asian Muslims and the Politics of Difference Part I: Racisms, Disadvantage and Upward Mobility 1. "Difference", Cultural-Racism and Anti-Racism 2. If Races Do Not Exist, Then What Does?: Racial Categorization and Ethnic Realities 3. Ethnic Diversity and Racial Disadvantage in Employment 4. Ethnic Differentials in Educational Performance Part II: The Muslim Challenge 5. Reflections on the Rushdie Affair: Muslims, Race and Equality in Britain 6. Muslims, Incitement to Hatred and the Law 7. Multiculturalism, Secularism and the State 8. Muslims and the Politics of Multiculturalism 9. Rethinking Multiculturalism and Liberalism Conclusion: Plural BritishnessNotesBibliography

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Muslims Great Britain, Muslims Great Britain Politics and government, Great Britain Ethnic relations, Ethnicity Great Britain, Racism Great Britain