By Stuart Woolf
Nationalism is almost very unlikely to not establish oneself with a geographical region, and but nationalism is traditionally a contemporary phenomenon. This reader of vintage texts attracts on authors spanning a chronological interval and from a number of ecu nations - together with John Stuart Mill and Otto Bauer - to discover the subject of nationalism in Europe. It offers texts lengthy adequate for the undergraduate pupil to review seriously, and makes to be had the important construction blocks for theoretical dialogue.
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An altogether different set of leaders have the confidence of one part of the country and of another. The same books, newspapers, pamphlets, speeches, do not reach them. One section does not know what opinions, or what instigations, are circulating in another. The same incidents, the same acts, the same system of government, affect them in different ways; and each fears more injury to itself from the other nationalities than from the common arbiter, the State. Their mutual antipathies are generally much stronger than jealousy of the government.
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