a) States are often suspicious of cultural diversity because they find it as a threat to state unity.
b) States try to establish and enhance the political legitimacy by nation building strategies.
c) They try to secure the loyalty and obedience of their citizens through the policies of integration.
d) In order to accommodate the cultural differences many states have resorted to either suppress the diverse identities or ignore them on political domain.
e) They apply the policy of integration and assert a single national identity so as to eliminate the cultural differences from public and political arena.
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