671) Turkish Attitudes Concerning Christian-Muslim Equality In The 19th Century- Roderich Davison

© This content Mirrored From  http://armenians-1915.blogspot.com EVERY modern society has been faced with problems arising from inequali-ties among the various groups of which it is composed, particularly since the eighteenth-century proclamation in America that "all men are created equal," and the elaboration in France of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen. The differences which produced inequality have been various-economic, social, racial, linguistic, religious, political-and variously inter-twined. In the Near East until very recent times the major boundary lines between groups, and therefore the principal barriers to a homogeneous so-ciety of equals, have been religious. Although today social and economic dis-parities in Near Eastern society have vastly increased as modern technology and finance have provided greater opportunities for getting and spending, and although nationalist rivalries now challenge the primacy of religious rivalries, it is still often true that religion is the dividing line, and that a man's creed is his dis. . .

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