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The Nation-State and Nationalism
The nation-state and nationalism

The nation-state is the central unit of comparative politics. While comparative political scientists might be interested in the specifics of political institutions such as the legislature, executive, bureaucracy and the judiciary, they tend to compare the institutions of one nation-state against those of another nation-state. The main reason for the focus on the nation-state is that since the 19th century the nation-state has evolved ...

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