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Religion, Democracy and "Enlightenment Values"

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Ian Buruma, journalist and academic

Religion, Democracy and "Enlightenment Values"

Leading journalist and academic Ian Buruma asks: is the rule of law enough to hold societies together or do we need common values, ethics and norms?

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