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Diana Muir Appelbaum

Diana Muir Appelbaum is the author of Reflections in Bullough’s Pond: Economy and Ecosystem in New England (University Press of New England, 2000), an exploration of cultural distinctiveness as a cause of New England’s unusual industrial revolution. She is currently at work on the forthcoming book Nationhood: The Foundation of Democracy.
Articles by Diana Muir Appelbaum

In Defense of the Nation

Observe “the splendors of history,” wrote an anonymous German pamphleteer in 1795, “and you will see that national states have rarely experienced total annihilation, while political bodies composed of several portions of different nations, have suffered endless vicissitudes.” Viewed from Jerusalem, where Yoram Hazony lives…

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