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  Nationalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nations have national symbols, a national culture, a national music and national literature; national folklore, a national mythology and - in some cases - even a national religion.
While internationalism in the cosmopolitanist context by definition implies cooperation among nations, and therefore the existence of nations, proletarian internationalism is different, in that it calls for the international working class to follow its bretheren in other countries irrespective of the activities or pressures of the national government of a particular sector of that class.
Hechter attributes nationalism in the "Celtic fringe" of Britain and Ireland to the reinforcing divisions of culture and the division of labour.
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 Chinese nationalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Among the questions on which Chinese nationalists have disagreed is what policies would lead to a strong China, what is the structure of the state and it's goal, what the relationship should be between China and foreign powers, and what should be the relationships between the majority Han Chinese, minority groups, and overseas Chinese.
Some authors such as have argued that the modern "nation state" is fundamentally different from a traditional empire, although some have controversially argued that dynamics of the current People's Republic of China (PRC) share an essential similarity with the Ming and Qing Empires.
From their debates has emerged a multifarious populist nationalism which argues that anti-imperialist nationalism in China has provided a valuable public space for popular participation outside the country's political institutions and that nationalist sentiments under the postcolonial condition represent a democratic form of civic activity.
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 Chinese nationalism: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Han chinese () is a term which refers to the majority ethnic group within china and the largest single human ethnic group in the world....
The ming dynasty (chinese: ; pinyin: míng cháo) was the ruling dynasty of china from 1368 to 1644, though claims to...
Nationalism is an ethno-politicspolitical ideology that sustains the concept of a nation-identity for an exclusive group of people....
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