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The Nation-State: A Political-Cultural Approach
The nation-state: A political-cultural approach

We turn now from the ‘factual’ to the ‘cultural’, that is, from the consideration of what is happening to the independence of the nation-state and to the collective identity on which it is based to the exploration of prevailing views about independence and identity. It is common, as we have seen, to consider views prevailing in a country about the country to be a dimension of its political culture. Such views may be about national identity in the sense of the country's essential features and proper role, and they may be about the kind of national independence to be ...

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