Is Nationalism Really Dead?

Five years ago, it seemed to many observers that something called “nationalism” had returned to U.S. politics and culture. After a period stretching from the end of the Cold War to the election of Donald Trump when Americans, or at least the elite, had been confident about economic globalization, internationalist foreign policy, and mass immigration, it appeared that much of the Right was now rejecting that consensus. Crucial to this perceived shift was the revival of the idea of America as a “nation,” a specific place and distinct people whose values and political projects are not necessarily addressed to the rights and needs of humanity as a whole.

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