Attendant Cruelties: Nation and Nationalism in American History

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An exploration of the nature of American nationalism and its manipulation by unscrupulous presidents. For nearly four centuries, religion and capitalism have been the central values of the American way. Most Americans have made of this national legacy a force of inclusion in a land shaped by successive waves of change and immigration. But others have chosen to define their nation's values by exclusion, within a Republic to be sure, but within a democratic polity that was also constrained by race, class, and gender. In ...

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