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Prophets and Peoples
Prophets and Peoples
By Hans Kohn
Macmillan, 1946, 213 pp

The development of nationalism in Britain, Italy, Germany and Russia during the nineteenth century as exemplified by five representative thinkers and writers: J. S. Mill, Michelet, Mazzini, Treitschke and Dostoyevsky. This volume is an extension, with copious notes, of lectures delivered by Professor Kohn at Northwestern University and complements his masterly work on "The Idea of Nationalism."