“Amoral and utopian multiculturalism” by Natalie Solent from

;Trying to love a crowd is impossible. No one man can begin to know them all, yet alone know them well enough to love. One can and should, of course, have goodwill towards the crowd. And as time goes by a person who was once in the crowd can become better known, better liked, until, perhaps, that person becomes loved and loves in return. But note that there is no way to reach get inside the circle except by a process of choice and assessment, of admiring this and disliking that. You don’t pick your closest friends at random. You don’t pick your husband at random.

Posted April 17, 2003

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