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In the same manner, adopting nationality- based priorities with regard to immigration means increasing the number of members of one cultural group within the population vis-` a-vis other groups. With the additional aid of Goebbels' brilliant showmanship, the Nazis simply had it all when it came to popular appeals to the emotions. There's very little discussion of colonialism, communism, religion, or nationalism - major omissions given the series' history!
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Hans Kohn

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Doug Johnston of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington replied: "I don't accept that fundamentalism is monolithic. Hobsbawm." in his The Emergence of the Modern Middle East (London. Arabism. and the popular Islamiyyat literature. the Liberals. Anti-communist containment strategy was too weak and defensive, he argued, just like the liberal internationalist and realist theories on which it depended.
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The doctrine currently does little harm because it's so rare. The ZANU-PF-inspired nationalist idea was to make sure, by all available means including violence, that Ndebele identity was dead. The Zionist executive was led by Labor Zionism under David Ben-Gurion. Under the impulse of enthu- siasm for the Bible, Puritan England under Cromwell opened its portals to the Jews. Lacau had hand picked Gabra in 1929 to excavate a site at the Coptic Village of Deir Tassa, near Gabra's hometown.
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David Torrance

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Gender is thought to be the deepest social cleavage and themost politically significant; more important, for example, than social class, race or nation. A., 4, 6, 15, 69, 361 Hosea, 8, 279 Humanity, 58, 323-24, 367 Hurewitz, Sh. An exhaustive dictionary lists them all, describing their appearance, functions, magical prescriptions and inherent dangers to their possible activation. The complete project, however, never materialized. 73 74 NATIONALISM AND HISTORY for its development in the chain of the events of that period, and for the general history of the national movement.
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Hostility is too prominent a component of leftist behavior; so is the drive for power. If they could not read.11 Egypt also appeared as a donkey: Isma'il sat astride the animal as his sons and associates beat it in an attempt to steal it. but a fully veiled woman in the mid-1890s did not represent modernity. The cornerstone of Western philosophy, Plato’s “Republic,” is written on this topic. The problem is that the tendency to see the world in national rather than class terms is deeply engrained in the psychology of the left, as much as it is in wider society.
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David M Laushey

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Daly, M. (1979) Gyn/Ecology: The Meta-Ethics of Radical Feminism. This view is reflected in a particular concern withissues such as controlling population growth, cutting back on the use of finite, non-renewableresources and reducing pollution.‘Deep’ ecologists dismiss shallow ecologism as a thinly concealed form of anthropocentricism,arguing that its central objective is to maintain the health and prosperity of people who live indeveloped countries. For him, a united Africa meant cooperation, but not an actual unification of the continent.
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Beth Baron

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C., who considered themselves his collaborators. He noted that: There has arisen a new variety of historiography … This goes under the name of ‘patriotic history’. He therefore proposes that these conflicts be reconciled in ways that would make it possible to regard states as nation-states while simultane- ously giving normative expression to the fact that they are multicultural. In the nationalist view, each nation has a moral entitlement to a sovereign state: this is usually taken as a given.
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A telling indicator of the rationale for such a growth in ‘Yugoslav’ identification during this period is the rebirth of the national character of the republics during this period, beginning in Croatia and Serbia. However, in taking those first fundamental assumptions for a starting point, we must proceed to carry our program into a vaster field. Since the beginning of civilization, organized societies have had to put pressures on human beings of the sake of the functioning of the social organism.
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Which then means that your thesis is even less tenable then the liberal, Yankee dream of human perfectibility without God; and the thought that with enough education, money, and good wishes, the blacks (for starters) will eventually end up being white men! The usual prerequisites are a shared language and culture. Social imaginaries are different than ideologies. "Charles Taylor argues that the social imaginary is neither a theory nor an ideology, but an implicit "background" that makes possible communal practices and a widely shared sense of their legitimacy.
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At a time when the global pull of democracy has never been stronger, the crisis of democracy has become acute. They sounded general slogans in which the anguish of our own unhappy people was not audible. The practical alternative of decentralized states based on homogeneous groupings co-operating through Confederacies and allowing bi-lateral agreements between Regions is the only long-term answer.”57 (Such decentralist visions remain totalitarian in that they seek to impose rigid ideological conformity on all spheres of society, but would enforce this through local, regional, or nongovernmental institutions, not nation-states.) In the context of these shifts away from traditional fascist nationalism, the difference between rebirth of a nation and rebirth of a community of believers remains important, but it isn’t more important than the difference between Mussolini’s cultural chauvinism and Hitler’s biological racism.
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