Unlike many of the revolutions we’ve studied such as, the American, French, Turkish, Nazi, Indian and Chinese, where nationalism was a potent…

Unlike many of the revolutions we’ve studied such as, the American, French, Turkish, Nazi, Indian and Chinese, where nationalism was a potent revolutionary force, during the “revolutionary wave” (i.e. the Civil Rights Movement, the anti-war movement, and the Women’s Liberation Movement) that swept the United States from approximately 1950 to 1975, nationalism wan’t a potent unifying force.

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