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  • American Patriotism
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    Patriotism in America is the love for or devotion to America. Patriotism represents people who love this country and support the country's authority and interests. American patriotism does not only mean an unquestioning loyalty to the decisions of the United States government. Patriotism is staring unblinkingly into the face of history. It is to acknowledge the injustices and cruelties that have been a part of the nation's history, as well as the marvelous accomplishments. It is, most of all, to...
  • Displays Of True Patriotism
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    The recent terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have caused confusion on the topic of patriotism. The best way to start understanding patriotism is to simply define it. Patriotism is a person's level of loyalty toward their country. Displays of true patriotism are prominent in times of despair, such as wars and terrorist attacks. However, many people have discrepancies on what displays of patriotism really are. Some people believe that showing patriotism can be accomplish...
  • Nationalism Plays In Today's Global Village
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    ... of that global village have access to the technologies that are so difficult to separate from it. NATIONALISM In order to understand the role that nationalism plays in today's global village it is important to define nationalism and the terms used in conjunction with it. Nationalism has been difficult to define. Two different forms of nationalism have been identified. One being civic nationalism and the other being ethnic nationalism. In general, nationalism is a combination of nationality a...
  • 1800 Britain's Development As A Nation
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    Modern nationalism could be described as a collective identity, resulting from social and political cohesion. Colin Kidd identifies that the British nation grew in the 18th century from 'materialism and idealist factors,' This has often been referred to as the influence of religion, the change in industrialisation, growth of Empire and the impact of war. It is arguable that such developments occurred at the expense of traditionally regional and local variation. This essay analyses how these fact...
  • 9 11 And The Patriot Act
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    The Spy Amongst Us September 11 was a wake up call for the whole country, tragic events on that date brought the world's biggest power to a complete halt. This also brought forth sweeping changes in many sectors, one of them being National Security. Agencies that use to have certain autonomy such as the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and the U.S. Coast Guard, just to name a couple, were grouped into what is now called the Department of Homeland Security. While it is essential to pr...

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