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Against the Nation: Anti-National Politics in Germany.

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Pages: 130

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: New Compass Press (27 Feb. 2013)

By: Robert Ogman (Author)

Following the German reunification process in the 1990s, a new anti-national movement appeared in Germany that rejected all forms of nationalism, including the desirability of national communities and the existence of the nation-state itself. In 'Against the Nation,' Robert Ogman covers the background of this movement –: the rising Neo-Nazism, racist mob violence, restriction in immigration policies and growing state power –: and its urge to organize society around other principles than nationality and borders. By examining the campaigns and documents the various anti-national tendencies in Germany during this period, Ogman takes a fresh look at the question of nationalism that has haunted the left for more than a century. 'Against the Nation' also provides a hope for an emancipated future based on “:Something Better than the Nation.”:

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