Can the Secular State Really Cope With Religious Diversity?

Can the United States and other democracies learn about harmonizing secularism with religious pluralism from the Indian democratic model?  Rajeeva Bhargava argues “yes.”  He notes that the “Indian conception of secularism has better ethical and oral potential to deal with deep religious diversity.” To learn more, read his article, “States, Religious Diversity and the Crisis of Secularism” in Open Democracy!

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