Torching Utopia

2013-06-04 National Review Online

Author(s): Tino Sanandaji

Torching Utopia Tino Sanandaji

"Multiculturalism goes wrong in Sweden" kommenterar National Review Online i samband med publiceringen av en artikel om upploppen i bland annat Husby. Det är IFN-forskarne Tino Sanandaji som menar att vare sig finansiella åtstramningar eller islam ligger bakom uppploppen.  Det handlar istället om "multikulturalism" förhindrar integration. "Swedes have developed a deep sense of collective guilt and consequently lack the cultural self-confidence to integrate immigrants."

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Sanandaji, Tino (2013), "Torching Utopia", National Review Online, 4 juni.

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