Nationalism - Iranian National Front was replicated...

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Iranian National Front was replicated throughout the colonial/developing world Political and many other divisions complicated national unity in the groups who achieved or were fighting for independence Colonial map of countries were created in regard to national identities and ethnicity What constitutes a nation for Muhammad Ali Jinnah? What does he see as the main distinctions between a Muslim nation and a Hindu nation in India? What does he see as the logical conclusion from the distinctions that he sees? Nation is a community that shares a philosophy, religion, culture, history Use of Western ideas of things such as a nation and structure of government Different histories of Muslim/Arabs and Hindu/Indians such as the coming of Islam to India and the divergence between a caste system and equality among men Rather than being a subject minority, Jinnah believed in an independent Muslim state European ideal of sovereignty practiced by many nationalists in emerging
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HST 211 taught by Professor Fraunholtz during the Spring '08 term at Northeastern.

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