A New Nationalism

Beer, Samuel H.
January 1979
New Republic;1/27/79, Vol. 180 Issue 4, p16
Focuses on nationalism and issues related to pluralism in the American politics. View that the pluralism disorganizes public policy and sets group against groups; Report that it challenges citizens, leaders and the President to elicit and affirm a new nationalism; Focus on President Jimmy Carter's nationalism and his overwhelming concern for national integration on the basis of a new affirmation of equality; View that the country needs a new nationalism to reconcile and give direction to the fragments of pluralism.


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