November 11, 2005

French vs. British:

A reader writes:

History's repeating itself in an interesting way here. Britain and France have historically approached their problems from opposite directions. France favored the theoretical and abstract, while Britain leaned towards the particular and the empirical. With Third World immigration you see the same thing. France has pushed the abstract, singular proposition nation, while Britain has favored a more empirical form of multicultural pandering. Yet unlike the past, where Britain's empiricism proved superior to France's theorizing, in this case both approaches have been spectacular failures. Both countries are dealing with riots and terrorism.

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