Archipelago or Landmass? Voluntary Associations, Civil Society and the Health of Liberal Democracy

The antidote to the slow yet real monopolisation of community by the state is a strong civil society and the voluntary associations that thrive within it.

Voluntary associations are key to protecting diversity in a pluralistic society, write Pete Mulherin and Simon P. Kennedy in the Centre for Independent Studies’ quarterly POLICY Magazine.

Read the full article here.

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