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What are the key terms and key arguments? What is Lowe’s critique of aesthetic multiculturalism? What does she say this type of multiculturalism hides from the public view? Why does she think conflict and difference need to be visible and recognized? How might conflict and difference be productive? What is the difference between pluralism and solidarity? Between the status quo, reform, and radical structural change? What is the relationship between structure and agency in your understanding of democracy? How do you think Lowe might define democracy? How might you or others define democracy? How might an emphasis on difference encourage a more or less democratic society? How is democracy enacted? In what ways is democracy a participatory process not a “thing”? How do our understandings of democracy relate to ideas of meritocracy? Pluralism? Structure and agency? Material inequality?
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How does multiculturalism not affect the relationships between heterogeneous and economically unequal communities? I am having trouble figuering out if the author thinks Los Angeles is a success or failure. Although the article realizes that there is an us (a capitalist homogeny), there isn't simply a "them." Rather, there are many "thems," as there are several
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