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Pluralism refers to tolerance for different types of ideas, persons, or groups. For example, religious pluralism, as guaranteed by the US Constitution, is a policy allowing different religious groups to coexist inthe United States.

  • "The successful writer actually wants everyone to have his say, even if he disagrees with your take on matters. That’s the American way ..." [1]

Pluralism is the opposite of xenophobia (hatred of strangers), majoritarianism and nativism (giving preference to the native born and attacking immigrants who bring different values of ways of life).