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Question 1: The term was coined by ________ (nationalismus) during the late 1770s.
Johann Gottfried HerderPaul TillichBertrand RussellTheological noncognitivism

Question 2:
When did Robert Mugabe's term start?

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Question 4: Very few people openly and explicitly support the establishment of a global state, but political cosmopolitanism has influenced the development of international criminal law, and the erosion of the status of national ________.
SovereigntyState (polity)DemocracyRepublic

Question 5:
What is the nationality of Francisco Franco?

Question 6: These forms of "nationalism" often promote or glorify foreign nations that they believe can serve as an example for their own nation, see Anglophilia or ________.
SlaveryRacismAfrocentrismRacial segregation

Question 7: [4][5][6] Nationalism is sometimes ________, calling for a return to an idealized version of the national past and sometimes for the expulsion of foreigners.
ReactionaryFascismFrench RevolutionLiberalism

Question 8: ________ is a form of authoritarian ultra-nationalism[10][11][12][22] which promotes national revolution, national collectivism, a totalitarian state, and irredentism or expansionism to unify and allow the growth of a nation.
FascismTotalitarianismItalian FascismNazism

Question 9: ________ is often seen as both a nationalist and ethnocentrist phenomenon.
RacismEthnic cleansingGenocideRacial segregation

Question 10: A significant event in this context was the failure of the social-democratic and socialist movements in Europe to mobilize a cross-border workers' opposition to ________.
Armenian GenocideCaucasus CampaignWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)

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