Nothing is more popular in center-right discourse today than discussions of nationalism. But what does “nationalism” actually mean? What role do race, ethnicity, and religion play in defining American nationalism, and what can we learn from the European experience? What does a commitment to nationalism entail for policy questions about immigration and economics? Should social conservatives embrace nationalism?

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