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Why higher levels of education don’t necessarily mean higher levels of tolerance

Jan Germen Janmaat*. It’s often said that a person’s tolerance rises with their education level. So on this basis, the higher a person’s educational attainment is, the more likely they are to accept racial or ethnic minorities. Studies often show

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