Nationality in History and Politics

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CONTENTS
CHAP.PAGE
I. THE STRUCTURE AND FORMS OF NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS1-51
1. THE MYSTERY OF NATIONALISM1
2. THE WORD "NATION" USED IN MANY DIFFERENT SENSES5
3. THE ASPECTS OF NATIONALITY AND THE METHODS OF ITS STUDY8
4. PROPOSED DEFINITIONS OF A NATION -- THEIR INADEQUACY11
5. ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS15
a. The Problem of Collective Mentality15
b. Human Groups Actuated by Traditions, Interests and Ideals18
c. The Four National Aspirations, their Forms and Antinomies21
d. Nationality and Civilization24
6. THE IDEA OF NATIONAL PERSONALITY26
a. Personality, Organism and Freedom26
b. The Nation as a Natural Organism29
7. THE HISTORICAL ORIGIN OF NAI'IONALITY31
8. NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND NATIONALISM34
9. THE IDEA OF NATIONAL CHARACTER37
a. Popular Views and Scientific Theories37
b. The Structure of National Character41
c. The National Ideology44
d. The National Ideology and International Relations48
II. NATIONALITY AND RACE52-77
1. DIFFERENCES AND PARALLELS IN THE IDEAS OF RACE AND NATION52
2. NATIONAL AND RACIAL SENTIMENT53
3. THE SOCIAL ORIGIN OF RACIAL SENTIMENT AND ITS BEARING ON NATIONALITY56
4. THE RISE OF MODERN RACIAL IDEOLOGY61
5. THE SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF GERMAN RACIAL DOCTRINES -- RACIAL ANTISEMITISM63
6. RACIALISM IN BRITAIN66
7. RACIALISM OUTSIDE EUROPE68
8. RACIALISM AND RELATIONS WITH JAPAN74

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