Nationalism: Critical Concepts in Political Science, Volume 2

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John Hutchinson, Anthony D. Smith
Taylor & Francis US, 2000 - Nationalism - 2011 pages
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Contents

Introduction
437
the old continuous nations
477
The nation and nationalism
506
Medieval origines gentium and the community of the realm
538
five roads to modernity
558
comparing the past
607
a theoretical framework for spatial
618
Imagined communities and the origins of the national
645
Political theories and the explanation of ethnic conflict
707
Immigration citizenship and the nationstate in France
725
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