The Journey to Community Cohesion

  • Ted Cantle


The Second World War marked a turning point in the nature of immigration and settlement. Many countries had absorbed successive waves of immigrants over the centuries, generally because of persecution in their homelands, or as a result of colonial exploitation and expansion. But the post-war period was characteristically different and was essentially about ‘race’.


Social Capital Social Cohesion Black Community Host Community Race Relation 
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