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Transcript of Nationalism
-or- Movements Who belongs in a country? Nation = same culture, customs, faith, language, and common experiences
Anyone outside dominant group = minority group that can be mistreated or cut out
Political borders don't = same culture. Conservative leaders thought Enlightenment/popular sovereignty would undermine European stability
Congress of Vienna: Britain, Prussia, Austria & Russia - returned power back to royal families
"Balance the power"
Suppress nationalism - especially as Austria had many 'nations'
Old Regime - last until 1914 (WWI) What is in the best interest for our national community? Assuming one national identity Jewish nationalism movement to create Jewish state in Palestine
Maintain Jewish identity
Be a majority in their own nation
Liberated from Anti-Semitic persecution that had historically occurred in the diaspora. Scattering of Jews starting by the Babylonians Hatred or prejudice against Jews Nationalism Examples of Unification of Italy under Count Camillo di Cavour: Expelled Austria & overcame discouragement of unified state by RCC
Unification of Germany: Otto von Bismarck was the architect of a war with France to unify German domains (won)