Thursday, August 04, 2011

Communitarian Factoid of the Day

Geoffrey Hosking, reviewing Russia in 1913 by Wayne Dowlling:
 Civil society does not necessarily bring social harmony: it generates its own frictions. In late 20th-century Britain, the region most abundantly endowed with institutions of civil society was Northern Ireland; but that was because Catholics and Protestants had separate institutions. 

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