Prophets and Peoples

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Prophets and Peoples

By Hans Kohn
Macmillan, 1946
213 pp. $2.50

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."

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