The End of Tolerance?
Nicholas Brealey, 2002 - Religion - 274 pages
The authors of this work consider the origins of tolerance and trace them back to the world religions, an African tribal faith, literature, edicts, decrees and constitutions. They explain how tolerance is practised, or not practised, in everyday life.
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