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What the new nationalism means

28 February 2020

5:19 AM

28 February 2020

5:19 AM

This article is in The Spectator’s March 2020 US edition. Subscribe here.

For most of the past 200 years, the left, whether revolutionary or liberal, derived power and popularity from being on the side of freedom. If you resented the economic, social and political privileges enjoyed by hereditary aristocrats and landowners, you were on the left.

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