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(XXe siècle) Composé de multi-, de cultural et du suffixe -ism.

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  1. Multiculturalisme.
    • Something had to replace the threat of communism, and at last a workable substitute is at hand. "Multiculturalism," as the new menace is known, has been denounced in the media recently as the new McCarthyism, the new fundamentalism, even the new totalitarianism -- take your choice. — (Barbara Ehrenreich, Time, 8 avril 1991)
    • Britain has pursued a policy of multiculturalism - allowing people of different cultures to settle without expecting them to integrate into society. — (David Davis MP, Daily Telegraph, 3 août 2005)
    • Earlier this year he said multiculturalism had “failed”, that immigrants needed to “melt” into French society, and that “we do not want ostentatious prayers in the street in France.” — ("On a mat and a prayer", The Economist, 7 avril 2011)

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