This book perceives the modern nation as the product of secular religion. This belief defines national identity and gives rise to symbolic politics, exemplified by the Hungarian case with its European roots. The result, Gero argues, was an imagined history that did not reflect what really happened....
|Title||:||Imagined History: Chapters from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Hungarian Symbolic Politics|
|Number of Pages||:||403 Pages|
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