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Anderson this work is the bible of nationalism.There are moments of trance when followers of the drug of nationalism read it.It also gives headache to those who are afraid by the deluge of nationalism.People who want to do something of lasting value for their nations must read it.Some call nationalism the measles of humanity,but they tend to forget that this disease is curable through itself.After reading this book one understands the robust nature of nationalism and mythology. 

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Review: Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism

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This book is actually greater than expected. Anderson discusses the false ideology of "nations" by defining and using distinctive concepts to give a better understanding of how nations came to be. The ... Read full review

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