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Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding (Princeton University Press) By Walker Connor

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Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding by Walker Connor

Political Science professor Rupert Emerson defined nation: “the largest community, which when the chips are down, effectively commands men’s loyalty, overriding the claims both of lesser communities within it and those which cut across it or potentially enfold it within … Continue reading

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Schindler’s Fate: Genocide, Ethnic Cleansing, and Population Transfers

Robert M. Hayden writes: In 1934, as the guarantees of the minority treaties of the Versailles settlement proved utterly illusory and as Hitler consolidated power in Germany, C. A. Macartney, the secretary to the Minorities Committee of the League of … Continue reading

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The Hijacking of American Nationalism

Paul Gottfried writes: Now, a conference on “conservative nationalism,” which will take place in Washington in July, may be pushing a “nationalism” that is at least as adaptable as Judis’s. One featured speaker, Claire Lehmann, the founder of Quillette, will … Continue reading

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Clarity About Nationalism

Dennis Prager writes: In order to make arguments for nationalism, we have to define it. The first definition in Merriam-Webster is “loyalty and devotion to a nation.” But in a second paragraph, it adds, “especially: a sense of national consciousness … Continue reading

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