|描述：||422 p. ; 25 cm.|
|内容：||Immigration. Rivers of blood ; The immigrant economy ; Who is immigration for? ; Fear masquerading as tolerance --
Islam. Ethic colonies ; An adversary culture ; Europe's crisis of faith ; Rules for sex --
The West. Tolerance and impunity ; Resistance and jihad ; Liberalism and diversity ; Survival and culture.
Europe has undergone a demographic revolution it never expected. A half century of mass immigration has failed to produce anything resembling a melting pot. By overestimating its need for immigrant labor and underestimating the culture-shaping potential of religion, Europe has trapped itself in a problem to which it has no obvious solution. Journalist Christopher Caldwell reveals a paradox: since World War II, mass immigration has been made possible by Europe's enforcement of secularism, tolerance, and equality. But when immigrants arrive, they are not required to adopt those values--and they are disinclined to. Muslims dominate or nearly dominate important European cities. As increasingly assertive immigrant populations shape the continent, Caldwell writes, the foundations of European culture and civilization are being challenged--and replaced.--From publisher description.
- Muslims -- Europe.
- Islam -- Europe.
- Europe -- Emigration and immigration.
- Islamic countries -- Emigration and immigration.
- Europe -- Race relations -- Religious aspects.
- Europe -- Civilization -- 21st century.
- Europe -- Civilization -- Islamic influences.
- Culture conflict -- Europe.
- Multiculturalism -- Europe.
- Civilization -- Islamic influences.
- Culture conflict.
- Emigration and immigration.
- Race relations -- Religious aspects.
- Islamic countries.
- Pluralisme culturel.
- Intégration des migrants.
- Systèmes de valeurs.