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This includes documentary collections, oral histories, autobiographies, biographies, and provincial and local labour movement histories with a popular bent.Dear Partner in Preaching, I have, as you likely have, preached more sermons on the tenth chapter of John than almost any other (except perhaps the story of Thomas!), as we read portions of it each year on “Good Shepherd” Sunday.

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4 IMAGINED COMMUNITIES Benedict Anderson INTRODUCTION My point of departure is that nationality, or, as one might prefer to put itin view of that word's multiple significations, nation-ness, as well as nationalism, are.

Anderson sets the stage of this work by defining nations as imagined, limited, and sovereign communities. Each adjective of that definition is an attempt to address a historically recognized paradox in the study of nation building. Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of benjaminpohle.comd Edition ed.

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