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Patriotism: Insights from Israel By Eyal Lewin

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Patriotism:

Index

Aberbach, Joel, 171

Absorption of immigrants, 65, 88

age

biological approach, 95

generation approach, 95–100, 187–189, 195–200

status approach, 95

American Civil War, 145–146

AmeriCorps, 54

Anderson, Benedict, 31

Arab-Israeli conflict, 78–91, 102, 157–159, 197–198

archaeology, 32–34

Ashkenazim vs. Sephardim, 56–57, 86, 107–108, 111–115, 189, 201–202

Barber, Benjamin, 115

Begin, Menachem, 75

Bellah, Robert, 206

belongingness (in patriotism), 29–31, 69–70

Ben-Gurion, David, 71

Ben-Yair, Elazar, 72–74

Bentham, Jeremy, 128

Boudica, 7–8

brain drain, 48–50

Channah’s legend, 91–92

choice (in patriotism), 27–29, 68

civic virtue, 51–53

civil religion, 205–208

Clinton, Bill, 54

collective fear, 151–161, 191, 204

conscientious objection, 19–20, 165

conservative right wing, 127–134, 190, 208–209

De Aragon, Agustina, 8–9

De Lafayette, Marquis, 29–30

Decatur, Stephen, 26

democratic values (in patriotism), 46–48, 63, 83–85

Durkheim, Emil, 206

effectiveness vs. morality, 164–171

etatism [Mamlachtiut], 86–87

ethnicity, 106–108, 189, 201

exit vs. voice, 48–50, 63, 85–86

Franklin, Benjamin, 46

Fukuyama, Francis, 139

Garibaldi, Guiseppe, 7

gender, 89–94, 187, 194

general linear model (GLM), 185–187

Gellner, Ernest, 31

globalization, 57, 59, 101–102, 113

Hatikva (national anthem), 70

Hirschman, Albert Otto, 48

Holocaust, 74–76, 84, 120

Horace (Quintus Flaccus), 17

horizontal trust, 139–142, 190–191

Huntington, Samuel, 115

identity change, 102–103

Imber, Naftali Herz, 70

immigration [Aliyah], 65, 85–86, 146–147, 198