Not all cultures are compatible with liberalism in the classical sense, and the failure to recognize this fact may imperil liberal society. Given that cultural diversity is unavoidable, how should a liberal society respond to the illiberal cultural practices of some if its members?
|Other Independent Review articles by Suri Ratnapala|
|Fall 2007||Reviving the Invisible Hand: The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty-first Century|
|Fall 2003||Moral Capital and Commercial Society|
|Summer 2003||Securing Constitutional Government: The Perpetual Challenge|