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User Review  - thcson - LibraryThing

This book wasn't as original as I had hoped. Many of the ideas presented here have gained wide currency in later scholarship and I suppose that's what makes them seem familiar. The book has a broad scope and the author discusses a variety of different cases so it's a good read. Read full review

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User Review  - Stevil2001 - LibraryThing

This book was something of a difficult read. Anderson does his best, though-- he's actually quite good at clearly separating and enumerating multiple points. There's some great ideas in here, too ... Read full review

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Anderson this work is the bible of nationalism.There are moments of trance when followers of the drug of nationalism read it.It also gives headache to those who are afraid by the deluge of nationalism.People who want to do something of lasting value for their nations must read it.Some call nationalism the measles of humanity,but they tend to forget that this disease is curable through itself.After reading this book one understands the robust nature of nationalism and mythology. 

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