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There is no consensus, and never can be, with how people view “patriotism”, or demonstrate their “pride” in a country.
As the US battled the 1918 influenza pandemic, some communities staged contentious battles against wearing masks. Sound familiar?
Brexit has nurtured the existence of nationalism in the UK’s politics. While one side wishes to return to an imperial Britain ruling the waves, the other believes in a subtle image of a tolerant Britain that never really was. Both are wrong.
With its flags and face paint, Australia Day is officially a patriotic celebration of ‘what’s great about Australia.’ Yet every year the holiday sparks heated discussions among many Australians over their country’s past and its legacy.