A piece I wrote last month on globalism and nationalism led to some extremely spirited discussion. A few more comments may be useful.
Journalists and commentators today use the word “nationalism” very broadly to refer to any resistance to globalization based on attachment to national identity. That usage lines up with current disputes regarding the legitimacy and future role of the nation state, so it makes sense to go along with it when discussing current affairs.
One point that confuses discussion is that Americans mostly haven’t called themselves nationalists. They’ve been more likely to call themselves patriots or just plain Americans. The few

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