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Nationalism and Religion
Nationalism and religion

Nationalism and religion have had an ambivalent relationship. Secular nationalism - the body of ideas legitimating the nation-state that emerged in eighteenth-century Europe and America and that by the mid-twentieth century had swept through the modern world - has usually rejected religion. ...

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