Minority Nationalism and Immigrant Integration
This chapter explores the potential conflict between minority nationalism and immigration. Many minority nationalists welcome immigrants, and allow them to maintain and express their ethnic identity. However, the chances of a national minority adopting such a ‘civic’ or ‘post-ethnic’ model of nationalism will require policies that will give them some control over the process of immigrant integration, and establish or protect the pre-eminence of their language on its historic territory. This creates a potential dilemma, since these liguistic and educational policies may be illiberal.
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