nationalism

[ nash-uh-nl-iz-uh m, nash-nuh-liz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nationalism

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The freaks of nationalism are as remarkable as the freaks of internationalism.

Have we not sons to advance and daughters to marry in the world, and how much will Nationalism do for these?

It begins now to be plain as to what “tolerance” is to be in the millennial era of nationalism.

If that be nationalism, then, of course, we are all nationalists.

Take this feature away, and there is no nationalism left to even talk about.

Just like patriotism used to be, back in the days of nationalism.

These feelings are the affective basis of the idea of nationalism.

We still recognize as fundamental the whole spirit of nationalism.

Nationalism, national honor and patriotism are studied as causes of war.

For the conditions of our civil life did not permit us to cultivate a spirit of nationalism.

WORD ORIGIN

1844, "devotion to one's country;" see nationalist + -ism; in some usages from French nationalisme. Earlier it was used in a theological sense of "the doctrine of divine election of nations" (1836). Later it was used in a sense of "doctrine advocating nationalization of a country's industry" (1892).

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chauvinism

nounextreme devotion to a belief or nation
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