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" A PORTION of mankind may be said to constitute a Nationality, if they are united among themselves by common sympathies, which do not exist between them and any others — which make them co-operate with each other more willingly than with other people,... "
Considerations on Representative Government - Page 281
by John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 46

1887
...nationality ; and what is nationality ? Mr. Mill says, * " a portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nationality if .they are united among themselves...them co-operate with each other more willingly than other people ; desire to be under the same government, and desire that it should be a government by...
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Home Rule and Imperial Unity: An Argument for the Gladstone-Morley Scheme

David Mabelan - Home rule - 1886 - 111 pages
...which do not exist between them and others — which make them co-operate with each other more readily than with other people, desire to be under the same...themselves or a portion of themselves exclusively." * It is submitted that this is clearly true of Ireland. The second fact to which I wish to call attention...
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Home Rule and Imperial Unity: An Argument for the Gladstone-Morley Scheme

David Mabelan - Home rule - 1886 - 111 pages
...sympathy O of English Liberalism. It has been observed, "A portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nationality if they are united among themselves...common sympathies which do not exist between them and others — which make them co-operate with each other more readily than with other people, desire to...
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Handbook of Home Rule: Being Articles on the Irish Question

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - Home rule - 1887 - 280 pages
...nationality; and what is nationality? Mr. Mill says,f "a portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nationality if they are united among themselves...them co-operate with each other more willingly than other people ; desire to be under the same government, and desire that it should be a government by...
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The Heart of the Empire: Discussions of Problems of Modern City Life in ...

Charles Frederick Gurney Masterman - Cities and towns - 1901 - 415 pages
..." nationality " ? We will let Mill reply. " A portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nation if they are united among themselves by common sympathies which do not exist between them and others. This feeling of nationality may have been generated by various causes. Sometimes it is the...
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Imperialism: A Study

John Atkinson Hobson - Economics - 1902 - 400 pages
...never been better stated than by JS Mill. " A portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nation if they are united among themselves by common sympathies which do not exist between them and others. This feeling of nationality may have been generated by various causes. Sometimes it is the...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 46; Volume 109

1887
...nationality ; and what is nationality ? Mr. Mill says, * " a portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nationality if they are united among themselves...them co-operate with each other more willingly than other people ; desire to be under the same government, and desire that it should be a government by...
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L'opinione pubblica nelle relazioni internazionali

Arrigo Cavaglieri - International relations - 1907 - 39 pages
...Mill's definition of a nation is well known. " A portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nation if they are united among themselves by common sympathies which do not exist between them and others. This feeling of nationality may have been generated by various causes. Somet1mes it is the...
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An Examination of the Nature of the State: A Study in Political Philosophy

Westel Woodbury Willoughby - Political science - 1911 - 448 pages
...nationality if they are united among themselves by common sympathies which do not exist between them and others — which make them co-operate with each other...government by themselves, or a portion of themselves, exclusively."2 The tendency of course is, as indicated in Mill's definition, for Nations to constitute...
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Readings in Political Science

Raymond Garfield Gettell - Political science - 1911 - 528 pages
...continuing the common life. ..." According to Mill, " a portion of mankind may be said to constitute a nationality if they are united among themselves...common sympathies which do not exist between them and others — which make them cooperate with each other more willingly than with other people, desire...
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