France and Britain are traditionally perceived as having divergent
attitudes to the issue of minority identities. In France the idea
that a person can be both a French citizen and have an ethnic or
religious identity is unacceptable, while in Britain community
cohesion promotes the combining of race or faith with the idea of
being British. This volume examines the problems posed by these
assumptions and the realities that are forcing them to be
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