On civic republicanism: Reply to Xenos and Yack

Critical Review 12 (1-2):187-196 (1998)
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Abstract Current debates about patriotism and nationalism have so far failed adequately to take into account the historical meaning of republican patriotism. For classical and modern republican theorists, love of country is a charitable love of the republic and of its citizens. It is an attachment to the political values of republican liberty and to the culture based upon them. As such, it is a theoretical alternative to both civic and ethnic nationalism, and it is not at all confined within the bygone experience of city?states
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