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History
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History 1401E
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Fall

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Nationalism and Romanticism What is nationalismarguably the most important ism from French revolutionNationalism is the feeling that belonging to a nation is more important than belonging to a town province class social order or religious groupWhat is a nationState organized political bodyNationsocial or cultural communityNationstatesingle nation within single stateMost states have multiple nationsTypes of NationalismLiberal civic nationalismpeople are bound together by their personal loyalty and adherence to a particular set of principles Ethnic Nationalismbased on the community not the individual who is basis of power People bound together by a common language customs culture and historyStrikes a cord with many European there is a historic mission for each nation and provides the justification for the states to continue what they are doing but also gives hope
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