POL101Y1 Lecture : March 21 The End of Nation State

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Nationalism is a product of industrial society didn"t exist before modernity. Previous to modernity, the idea of state" was not needed and completely unnecessary. Rise of industrial modernity makes nationalism a necessity. What will happen if industrial modernity passes: prediction: the age of nationalism will pass. Primary allegiances would shift from nation-state to something above that. Significant movement giving away national sovereignty to an entity above that. Historical circumstances: run up to wwii: world powers were looking for global domination, wwii. European coal and steel commission 1951 treaty (france, germany, italy, belgium, State interests: german economic power and french political influence: rest of europe needed germany to help build their economies, and germany needed. France and rest of europe to gain its global reputation. Contradiction of only coal and steel: countries could gain comparative advantage, had to involve all production sectors. Treaties (acted like a constitution) of rome: 1957(eec and euratom)

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