Nationality in History and Politics

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INDEX
The names of those authors only have been included whose views were discussed or quoted in detail.
Acland, R., 42
Aeneas Silvius, 112
Alsace, 86, 167, 243
America, 182, 229, 231, 236
Animal mind, 17
Anti-Semitism, 265, 275, 403
Arabs, 80, 145
Arbuthnot, J., 27
Augustine, St., 287
Australia, 72, 179
Austria-Hungary, 7, 9, 164, 170, 196, 330
Babylonians, 79
Bacon, F., 303
Bacon, R., 29
Balance of Power, 120, 154, 182
Baltic Germans, 249
Baring-Gould, 57
Barrès, M., 381
Bartholomew Anglicus, 290
Basch, V., 336
Beneš, E., 204
Bentham, 363
Beth, K., 100
Bismarck, 32, 64, 169, 227, 231, 235, 252, 397, 400
Bodin, 298
Bodley, J., 378
Bolingbroke, 313
Bolsheviks, 268
Boniface, St., 115
Boutroux, E., 285
Britain, racialism, 66
Britain, unification, 172, 212
British character and ideology, 42, 50, 68, 213, 362, 379
British Empire, 176
Bryce, J., 237
Bull, John, 27
Bulwer-Lytton, 365
Burke, E., 55, 325
Bury, J., 121
Butler R., 338
Byzantine Empire, 111
Cahun, L., 143
Calvinism, 132
Canada, 178
Capitalism, 253, 264
Capitulations, 146
Carr, E., 34, 97, 275
Carlyle, 367
Caste, 56, 137
Celtic Language, 81, 84, 89, 90
Chamberlain, H. S., 62, 408
Chamberlain, J., 50
Charlemagne, 156
Charles V.158
Chinese, 72, 77, 94
Chosen people, 20, 102, 305
Christianity and Nationality, 104
Churches, attitude to race, 58
Churches and internationalism, 134
Churches and liberty, 120
Churches and nationality, 107, 109, 122
Civilization and nationality, 24
Class, H., 257, 406
Class-war, 215, 220, 238
Cobden,369
Coleridge, 366
Collective mentality, 15
Colonial policies compared, 70
Comte, 377
Crimean War, 231
Cromwell, 307
Crusades, 133
Czechs, 81, 89, 97, 118f., 201, 204 243
Dante, 83, 289
Darwin, 29
Davies, Trevor R., 153
Defoe, 66
Democracy, 86, 237, 262, 269
Demolins, E., 380
Disraeli, 29, 62, 67, 373
Dubois, P., 290
Dubois-Reymond, 46
Dutch and race, 38
Economics of nationalism, 275
Eisenmann, L., 202
Empires, 153
England, cf. Britain
England, parliament, 212
English Church, 125, 133

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