Confident Pluralism argues that we can and must live together peaceably in spite of deep and sometimes irresolvable differences over politics, religion, sexuality, and other important matters. We can do so in two important ways – by insisting on constitutional commitments that honor and protect difference and by embodying tolerance, humility, and patience in our speech, our collective action (protests, strikes, and boycotts), and our relationships across difference.
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“Into this polluted political atmosphere comes a different sort of academic. Inazu proposes a national cleanup effort to make our public life more pleasant and productive.” —Washington Post
“Inazu offers an important new consideration of the value of pluralism for American democratic society. Highly Recommended.” —Choice