Here are entered works on the doctrine that the focus of political activity should be the universal human condition rather than the narrow interests of a particular nation. Works on international cooperative activities with or without the participation of governments are entered under International cooperation. Works on the belief in, and pursuit of, an individual lifestyle that reflects the desire or ability to incorporate manners, social and political customs, and languages from many places in the world are entered under Cosmopolitanism.
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Filed under: Internationalism
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Filed under: Nationalism
Filed under: National liberation movements -- Africa, Southern -- Periodicals
Filed under: National liberation movements -- South Africa -- PeriodicalsFiled under: National liberation movements -- ZimbabweFiled under: Nationalism -- Africa, SouthernFiled under: Nationalism -- South Africa
Filed under: Black nationalism -- South Africa -- Periodicals
- Chosen Peoples (New York: American Jewish Book Co., 1921), by Israel Zangwill (Gutenberg text)
- Imagined States: Nationalism, Utopia, and Longing in Oral Cultures (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c2001), ed. by Luisa Del Giudice and Gerald Porter (PDF with commentary at usu.edu)
- Physics and Politics, by Walter Bagehot
- The Remaking of a Mind: A Soldier's Thoughts on War and Reconstruction (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919), by Hendrik de Man (multiple formats at archive.org)
- The War and Democracy (1915), by R. W. Seton-Watson, John Dover Wilson, Alfred Zimmern, and Arthur Greenwood (Gutenberg text)
Filed under: Regionalism -- EgyptFiled under: Nationalism -- CanadaFiled under: Nationalism -- Québec (Province)
Filed under: Regionalism -- Congresses
Filed under: Nationalism -- Lithuania -- History -- 20th centuryFiled under: Nationalism -- Slovakia -- HistoryFiled under: Nationalism -- Europe, Central
Filed under: Nationalism -- Ireland -- Poetry
Filed under: Nationalists -- Ireland -- CongressesFiled under: Nationalism -- Slovakia
Filed under: Nationalism -- Mexico -- History -- 20th centuryFiled under: Nationalism -- India -- HistoryFiled under: Nationalism -- United States -- HistoryFiled under: Nationalism -- India
Filed under: Nationalists -- India -- CorrespondenceFiled under: Nationalism -- Korea (North)
Filed under: Arab nationalism -- Palestine -- History -- 19th centuryFiled under: Arab nationalism -- Palestine -- History -- 20th centuryFiled under: Nationalism -- Periodicals
Filed under: Nationalism -- United States -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Nationalism -- Religious aspects
Filed under: Nationalism -- Religious aspects -- Islam
- Frank Talk, by Azanian People's Organization, contrib. by Steve Biko (partial serial archives)
Filed under: Nationalism -- Religious aspects -- United StatesFiled under: Nationalism -- Soviet Union
Filed under: Black nationalism -- United StatesFiled under: Self-determination, National -- United StatesFiled under: Nationalism -- YugoslaviaFiled under: Black nationalismFiled under: EthnocentrismFiled under: National characteristicsFiled under: National liberation movements
- Islam and Nationalism, by Ali Muhammad Naqvi, trans. by Alaedin Pazargadi (frame-dependent HTML at al-islam.org)
- You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows (originally from New Left Notes, June 18, 1969), by Karin Ashley, William Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, John Jacobs, Jeff Jones, Gerry Long, Howie Machtinger, Jim Mellen, Terry Robbins, Mark Rudd, and Steve Tappis
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