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FC: European Nationalism By: Carol Ann Trammell
1: European Nationalism Liah Greenfeld, professor of Sociology at Boston University, defined nationalism as "an image of a social order, which involves the people as a sovereign elite and a community of equals." That quote is what really summed up Europe at the time of revolution and unification. Nationalism had set in motion new political thoughts, beliefs, and a brand new outlook on the ways of politics. The most important moments in this ratifying movement was the unification of Italy and Germany. The event of unifying came right after the Crimean War.
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