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Ethnopluralism is a view of race that has become increasingly common in modern politics.

Ethnopluralism is based on the notion of "separate but equal", which looks to continue the racial segregation associated with the far right of the past, but makes the concession that each group should be considered equal on its own merit.

A leading proponent of ethnopluralism was the French New Right philosopher Alain de Benoist. He claimed that indigenous cultures in Europe were dying out and felt that close European unity based on ethnopluralism would be the way to stop this. The same notion of racial protection also inspired Richard McCulloch to adopt ethnopluralism, whilst the idea has been influential on the Third Position movement, who have attempted to cultivate links to the likes of Muammar al-Gaddafi, whilst still maintaining racial separation.


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