Education for cultural pluralism: papers from a conference held in London, December 15-17, 1970, under the auspices of the Cultural Department, World Jewish Congress, as a contribution to United Nations International Education Year
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Foreword Mr Jacob Halevy 1
Problems of Cultural Pluralism Professor D G MacRae 14
Public Communications Dr Raymond Williams 27
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