What does nationhood mean?
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A Cherokee Literary History by Daniel Heath Justice
By contrast, Indigenous nationhood is a concept rooted in community values, histories, and traditions that, at the same time, asserts a sense of active sociopolitical agency, not simply static separatism from the world and its peoples. This idea is ...
The Next Centre-right in the British Isles by Perri 6
For the neo-conservative, nationhood is the basis of the legitimacy of the central state, and the ground of its autonomy. In that tradition, the sentiment of nationhood is not merely the rationale for central power – popular support for the Queen's ...
by James Francis Cassidy
Nationhood is a most delicately fashioned and intricate thing and defies with ease all human efforts to accomplish its ultimate and perfect analysis. The clearest conception of its nature can only be attained by a study of the simplest yet most ...
by Ellis Cashmore
When such communities have been denied their collective right to self— determination as internal nations within their own territorial bounds, they can put forward nationhood claims. Territoriality has a unique dimension in connection with the ...
by Abiola Irele, Biodun Jeyifo
Nationhood completed the three principal planks of Garvey's African nationalist ideological platform.
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The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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