The new nationalism
Stoessinger suggest that the rise of the new nationalism may characterize this era more than the East-West struggle. He discusses the two trends today; new nations and new unified supra-states, and discusses the main unifying factors common to the rise of new nationalistic states. These include neutralism, the quest for racial equality, religion as a unifying or dividing factor, the planned socialistic economy, and Westernization in its various manifestations. How can democracy export its ideas and ideals to countries that have little background and experience in democratic methods? This is the great problem of communication, concludes Stoessinger.
John G. Stoessinger; Metropolitan Educational Television Association, New York City; Dr. Robert Strausz-Hupe; Yanna Kroyt Brandt; Robert Warner; Lynwood King; Arthur Wagner Associates; Beth Leibowitz; Helene Thomas; Herman Kitchen; Barbara Diesenhof; Jack Reynolds
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; The Foreign Policy Research Institute, University of Pennsylvania
Educational; Political; Lecture
Political science ; Nationalism.
National Educational Television
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