Multiethnic society  

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Multi-ethnic societies, in contrast to single ethnic societies, integrate different ethnic groups irrespective of differences in culture, race, and history under a common social identity larger than one "nation" in the conventional sense. All cities and most towns can be regarded as multi-ethnic societies, even ones where race hatred and ethnic intolerance is common.




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