Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course U.S. History, and today we’re going to talk about the United States Constitution. And, in doing so,
QUESTION: So what I really want to take from your research is an idea that this pro-democracy nationalism inoculates against the anti-democracy nationalism. But when
OMG you guys! Democracy is dying! Nationalism is surging in the United States and Europe! And have you heard about Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan and
Professor David Blight: So what caused the Civil War? Somebody said “slavery.” Can I hear a “states’ rights?” Can I hear a “conflicting civilizations?” Can
You hate the thought of changing your money 3 times on your next road trip through Europe? Well then, GO & VOTE! By the way,
At its core, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is about two narratives, two nationalisms, and one piece of territory. And the challenge–and it’s a challenge that hasn’t
It’s a referendum on Modi in a way, because oddly enough, he seems to have—in his sort of desire to project himself, he has not
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is about two rival nationalisms, two groups, that claim the land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea as their own.