Divide et impera: The end of pluralism

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Pluralism – or the ‘doctrine of multiplicity’ – tends to go hand-in-hand with liberal democracy. Based on the concept of ‘freedom of assembly and association’, individuals are generally free to protest peacefully or be part of non-violent groups and to organise around common interests and promote their views publicly. This has not always been the case.


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