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    our county is run today. Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson debated a political situation that still effects government and industry in our nation to this day. In Theodore Roosevelt's opinion, trusts are inevitable. As said in his 1910 "New Nationalism" speech, "There can be no effective control of corporation while their political activity remains. To put an end it will be neither a short nor an easy task, but it can be done". Woodrow Wilson had a somewhat different view on how trusts react

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    China’s New Nationalism

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    No one can deny from recent news that there has been a strong surge of Chinese nationalism, and that this nationalism has turned heads in the international community. The nationalism that the CCP has affected is taking on a life of its own. In its strategy of pragmatic nationalism, the CCP tried to blur the lines between love of country with love of the state and governing body. What has resulted is a whole new breed of nationalism that is very much independent of the Chinese Communist Party and

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    Theodore Roosevelt New Nationalism

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    address, Roosevelt introduced his idea for a New Nationalism. Many of the speech’s components became the bedrock of the Bull Moose campaign used by the Progressive Party in the 1912 election (Spring, 1970). In the address, Roosevelt compares the struggle for economic equality to the one for abolition of slavery fought in the Civil War. He presents a plea for government and citizens to put nation before self to address economic injustice. New Nationalism focused on eradicating economic inequality.

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    men such as Richard Hakluyt, Samuel Purchas, and Sir Walter Raleigh were eagerly read. The activities and literature of the Elizabethans reflected a new nationalism, which expressed itself also in the works of chroniclers (John Stow, Raphael Holinshed, and others), historians, and translators and even in political and religious tracts. A myriad of new genres, themes, and ideas were incorporated into English literature. Italian poetic forms, especially the sonnet, became models for English poets.

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    between the New Nationalism espoused by candidate Theodore Roosevelt and the New Freedom posited by his opponent, Woodrow Wilson. These two proposed systems contrasted mostly on their content, as they both dealt with the issue government regulation of the U.S. economy in quite similar manners--therefore, any noticeable difference must lie with the existence of certain issues within one such system, and a lack thereof within the other. This would be the wider field of interest characteristic of New Nationalism

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    Nationalism is defined as patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts; an extreme form of this, especially marked by a feeling of superiority over other countries; advocacy of political independence for a particular country. However, nationalism is so much more than that. Nationalism can very dangerous or it can be a very good tool. In the world we live in nationalism has destroyed us and it has even brought us together. Nationalism can bring us together to boycott a company or an object it can also

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    Religious nationalism is defined as a nation that sponsors an official national church. Religious nationalism is different from nationalism in that a person identifies with their nation in nationalism. Nations with religious nationalism have a state religion and individuals identify with both. Oftentimes leaders use religious ideology to create loyalty which results in religious nationalism (Little 1). Turkey, Iran and Pakistan are three examples of countries with religious nationalism. These countries

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    Clash of the Titans

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    the area from China to the south, and India to the east. While each country included may have similarities beyond geographic location, it is important to distinguish between each as they are, due to state sovereignty and the prevailing issue of nationalism. Main superpowers in the area are, aside from India: China and Japan. The major superpowers of the region have, of course, directly influenced the ways in which smaller countries conduct themselves domestically – through ideology and economic strength

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    Kylie Kaminski 5/27

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    Nationalism is great for a country ("Nationalism”). It provides a confidence and sense of togetherness that ever country should have. Nationalism is defined as having patriotic feelings toward their country (“Nationalism). People are able to show their love for their country by reciting their national anthems, pledge of allegiance, and spreading positive thoughts of their country ("Nationalism”). There are extreme nationalists as well, which can cause serious problems ("Nationalism). Sometimes nationalists

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    Nationalism In The Global Village

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    reflect influences of neighboring cultures and other international trading partners. As these and many other factors work towards creating a global village many people are baffled by the increase in nationalism. Nationalism is a highly emotional phenomenon and as such is very unpredictable. Nationalism is far beyond its peak and the current rise is likely only an indicator of the transitional stage of globalization. GLOBAL VILLAGE Today it is common to here the term "global village" used in every

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    Prior to and after WWI the world saw a rise in nationalistic sentiments. The Middle East was not immune to this new ideology. Although Arab Nationalism had a start in the Ottoman Empire, its rise among the masses did not begin until after WWI. While a total rise in Arab Nationalism became apparent on the Arabian Peninsula, a separate nationalist movement began in Palestine as a way to combat a unique and repressive situation. In Palestine the British mandate, along with British support, and the

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    helpful for the Third World countries if our mindset is clouded and we don’t take into account their culture and way of life. With the topic of “white savior”, I took this class because I’m going to participate in the Global Feminisms immersion trip in New Delhi, and my privilege of being white, is something I have pondered about and hope to be conscious while studying

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    Nationalism DBQ All over the world and in history, countries and nations have expressed pride towards their nations through spirit and have unified together as one. Nationalism is the force behind the unification, strength, and cooperation of these nations. First, nationalism is a powerful force that helps to unite all different people into a single nation. It is also important for nations to use nationalism to claim justified independence from one another. Finally, nationalism can be taken too

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    Throughout the 19th Century nationalism had been developed by nations as a means of progressing to a new era, utilising the French Revolution as a precedent, however, the purpose and application of this newly developed nationalism differed from nation to nation, with it acting either as a liberating force, individual rights inhibiter or anywhere in-between. To this extent, nationalism was an easily manipulated idea and as such was subject to, and utilised by governments and monarchies to control

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    nation. Smith also sees nationalism is a product of the modern international order of nation states and would not exist without such a system. However, while he views nations as a modern construct, he argues that they are rooted in pre-existing, pre-modern ethnic cores. Likewise, Armstrong argues that nations form out of underlying factors, namely politics and religion. However, there are some flaws with his particular arguments. Armstrong maintains that “artificial” nationalism do not work, for the

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    For the Love of One's Nation

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    display of the American flag, the sound of the national anthem, and the pride people feel as they watch the morning parade is nationalism. To have the devotion to die for one's country, to hail to one's flag, to sing one's national anthem with pride, and to fear or hate others because they are not one of you are a few of the many characteristics of nationalism. Nationalism makes a person have love, pride, and an emotional union with the nation to which they belong. Being happy and loving one's nation

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    Southwestern European Nationalism Nationalism is an ideology that differs from nation to nation. It is the idea that molds nations into what they become. It's the idea that helps define territories and places. The nations that will be most concentrated on in this paper will be from Southeastern Europe. Nationalism in these countries will then be compared to the definition of nationalism that Ernest Renan gives in his famous essay "What is a nation?" Nationalism is a rather recent development

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    The two terms cultural imperialism and cultural nationalism have played a huge role in the foundation of many countries. These two phenomena are entirely different, but have gone hand in hand for many years. Although imperialism and nationalism were created once upon a time ago, they are still very significant around the globe to this day. Cultural imperialism is defined as “a culture of a large and powerful country, organization, etc. having a great influence on another less powerful country." When

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    Reflections on Culture and Literature, Eleanor Bell argues that Scottish studies are hesitant to consider the issues of post-modernism and post-nationalism. The question Bell wishes to consider, is why? In consideration of this question, Bell suggests that Scottish studies has become too preoccupied with approaches of tradition and canon building to consider new theoretical applications available, such as post-modernism. This for Bell creates stagnation, and she delineates that this is due to a certain

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    interesting look at nationalism and its evolution over the course of the last few centuries. Anderson’s thoughts regarding imagined communities and his definition thereof, that imagined communities are “an imagined political community-and imagined as both inherently limited and sovereign” (p.6) pairs nicely with his argument that changing notions of language and the advent of print capitalism are the foundation on which current ideas about nations, nationhood and nationalism are built. Although at

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