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As the long hot summer of 2020 continues I hope you're all remaining healthy and safe. As always we have a new question ready for our Question of the Month series, and this month's edition seems particularly relevant. This month we are asking:
What are the prospects for a resurgence of "liberal," "civic," or more broadly left-leaning nationalism in the coming years? Is nationalism now the exclusive property of the right? Where, if anywhere, are the currents of a progressive form of nationalism strongest?
As always we look forward to hearing your opinions and expertise on this area! If you know anyone who may be interested but is not an H-Nationalism subscriber, please encourage them to join and contribute.
Simon Purdue, Series Editor