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Nationalism may be defined as the substitution of universal coöperation and education for industrial and social welfare. It is a continuation of the evolutionary force which has raised man from the lower to the highest form of terrestrial beings. It is so strictly logical and practical in all its aspects; so impartical in its benefits to all classes; has already crept so deeply into the minds and hearts of thinking people in both continents, and has made such remarkable progress of late, in this country, especially on the Pacific coast, in arousing the people to definite action with a view to hastening its practical introduction, that we are forced to believe the present generation will see a great change in the social organism due to its influence.
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Architecture, architectural history, nationalism
Architectural History and Criticism
Putnam, John Pickering, "Architecture Under Nationalism" (2020). Architectural Sciences. 12.