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2015-11-11T12:09:07+05:30
Nationalism suffers from confusion both over the meaning of the term and over its role in the modern world. Its antecedents may be found in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with the rise of the nation-state under dynastic rule, but its ideology and vitality are no older than the late eighteenth century, the period of the American and French revolutions. Nationalism represents a political creed in which the people offer their supreme allegiance to a nation-state. It underlies the cohesion of modern societies and legitimizes a nation's assertions of authority over the lives of its inhabitants.
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2015-11-11T13:51:21+05:30
The two reasons areĀ 
1)EXPLOITATION OF FARMERS,PEASANTS,ARTISIONS
2)REGLORY OF INDIA'S PAST
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