Kallen's competing agendas ruptured along enduring fault lines--fixed boundaries versus fluid integration, the critique of racial nationalism
in the United States versus the existence of a Jewish homeland in Palestine, and historical ties based on family relationships versus individual autonomy.
15) Far from being a manifestation of a vestigial form of xenophobia, these events are an intrinsic part of racial nationalism which have been diversely used in China since the end of the nineteenth century.
As with the formulation of a historicist ideology in many types of cultural nationalism, racial nationalism in China has principally been articulated by modernizing intellectuals.
New York Panorama, the first guidebook, warned of "Harlem's peculiar susceptibility to social and political propaganda," using Marcus Garvey's racial nationalism as a case study (141).
Ottley, in turn, radicalized the FWP argument, appealing to the federal government on the grounds of national loyalty, while citing the possibility of racial nationalism and wartime disloyalty as reasons to consider more robust state measures to protect African American economic, civic, and social rights.
Now, Verwoerd's sort of ethnic and racial nationalism
looks to him worryingly normal, even a guide to the shape of things to come.
Lewis's black cultural nationalism in this case is linked with a more overtly patriarchal racial nationalism
that stresses biological "purity" and racial "ownership" of women, and assumes the existence of cycles of racial destiny.