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Nationalism in Turkish Left: Three Sources, Three Turn Overs Ecehan Balta Nationalism is one of the most influential parts of dominant ideology on socialist left in Turkey. It has been very hard for the left to constitute its own independent and
What is "progressive nationalism"? What is its definition? This is a chance to have your say on just what you think it means.
From what I currently gather there are massive differences between socialist nationalism and socialism in one country. The goal of socialism in one country seems to be the creation of a 'worker's state', at least at first. Then, as what was attempted in
So apparently many of the nationalists on this website also support internationalism, but I was wondering if someone could explain this to me. I think I understand, but I'd rather hear it from the horse's mouth. Does it simply mean keeping cultures to
I'm sorry, I just can't help it sometimes... http://www.revleft.com/vb/nationalism-t172112/index.html Hexen wrote: TheAltruist Soooo, does this mean all nationalistic (even left-wing one) movements are fascistic in nature? Yep...All forms of