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Nationalism
Loyalty and devotion to a nation; especially:a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations or supranational groups.—Webster’sNationalism
Nationalism1. A certain defined territory(whether possessed or coveted). 2. Some common cultural characteristics,e.g., language, customs, manners, and literature. 3. Some common dominant social (e.g., Christian) and economic (e.g., capitalist or socialist) institutions. 4. An independent governmentor the desire for one. 5. Belief in a common history.
Nationalism (continued)6. Esteem for fellow nationals.7. A devotionto the nation.8. A pridein the achievements (e.g., military or cultural) and sorrow in its tragedies.9. A disregard or hostility to others, especially if seen as threats.10. A hopethat the nation will have a great and glorious future (usually in territorial expansion) and become supreme in some way (in world power if the nation is already large).

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