Encyclopedia of Nationalism: Leaders, movements, and concepts

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Alexander J. Motyl
Academic Press, 2001 - Nationalism - 605 pages
Publisher's description: 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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Contents

Laurier Wilfrid Mannerheim Carl Moroccan Nationalism
1
Afrikaner Nationalism
5
Aliyev Heydar
11
vi
24
Engels Friedrich
27
Enver Paşa
42
Cavour Conte
46
Bolívar Cult
52
Herder Johann Gottfried
212
Iroquois Confederacy
245
Ustaša Movement
262
Hidalgo Miguel
271
Kossuth Lajos
277
Latin American Nationalism
284
V
295
Wilhelm II
304

Danton Georges Jacques
54
Bourguiba Habib
58
Bulgarian Nationalism
64
PanIberianism
73
Atatürk Kemal
78
CIS Commonwealth
89
Citizenship
109
Darío Rubén
116
Declaration of Independence
122
Dillen Karel
128
United Arab Republic
139
Class Interests
143
PanIslamism
145
C
150
Ethnicity
151
Exploration
157
Calhoun John C
160
United Nations
161
Indian Nationalism
179
Dutch Nationalism
193
French Nationalism
205
Guatemalan Nationalism
206
Nicaraguan Nationalism
371
Norwegian Nationalism
377
Oil and Nationalism
383
Paine Thomas
412
PanAfricanism
441
Rodriguez de Francia Gaspar
445
Russian Nationalism
451
Shevardnadze Eduard
475
Shintoism
504
Sikh Nationalism
510
Slovak Nationalism
516
Secession
523
Senegalese Nationalism
530
Thatcher Margaret
535
Dalai Lama
538
Tone Theobald Wolfe
541
Truman Harry
547
PanAmericanism
557
Vichy Government
569
X
593
Violence
599
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About the author (2001)

Alexander Motyl is a professor at Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey, Newark.

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