The Reinterpretation of Political Tradition: The Catholic Roots of Jurassian Nationalism

@article{Volmert2008TheRO,
  title={The Reinterpretation of Political Tradition: The Catholic Roots of Jurassian Nationalism},
  author={Andrew Volmert},
  journal={Nationalism and Ethnic Politics},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={395 - 427}
}
The timing of the rise of and spatial variation in popular support for Jurassian nationalism cannot be explained by existing theories of nationalism or proposed explanations of the Jurassian case. The article argues that support for Jurassian nationalism has its roots in Catholic political traditions of antagonism toward Berne and develops an explanation grounded in a theory of discursive change. The timing of Jurassian nationalism can be explained by the decline of the salience of the… Expand
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