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What Dubya missed about nationalism

F.H. Buckley, New York Post

There’s a logic to nationalism that demands an affection for fellow citizens of every kind, and that asks us to look out for the less fortunate amongst us. The pure libertarian who doesn’t think his government owes anything to fellow citizens in distress might be faithful to his right-wing ideals, but he’s not much of a nationalist. Along with Jefferson’s liberty and equality, nationalism also embraces an ideal of fraternity.

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