Encyclopedia of Nationalism, Two-Volume Set
Elsevier, Oct 27, 2000 - Social Science - 1529 pages
Nationalism has unexpectedly become a leading local and international force since the end of the Cold War. Long predicted to give way to pan-national or economic organizations, nationalism exerts its tremendous force on all continents and in a wide variety of ways. The Encyclopedia of Nationalism captures the aims and scope of this force through a wide-ranging examination of concepts, figures, movements, and events. It is the only encyclopedic study of nationalism available today.
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* Articles begin with short glossaries and conclude with short bibliographies of titles essential for further reading
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