WASHINGTON In affluent neighborhoods around Washington, New York and Los Angeles and, for that matter, Paris, London and Berlin its common to denounce nationalism, to disdain supposedly mindless, angry populists, and to praise those with an open-minded, cosmopolitan outlook. Note that those involved are praising themselves.
Lord knows, there is much to fear about nationalism.
Extreme nationalism has led to fascism, war, the persecution and slaughter of minorities, and the undermining of democracy in the name of national unity.
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