Explains the evolution of the communitarian ideology, focusing on three area: public housing, multiracialism and state capitalism in Singapore. Considers how each of which poses challenges to liberal approaches. Reviews Singapore state formation in the Cold War era, liberalism disavowed, disrupting private property rights, and disrupting free markets. Includes state multiracialism and social stability, and cultural liberalization without liberalism.
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