Under Which Flag? The Great Question for Canada: Also a Brief Consideration of Imperial Federation, and a View of Naturalization as an Immorality (Classic Reprint)
N the absence Of that universal benevolence which, we are sometimes told, is one day to rule at least the foreign policies of the nations, it may be safely assumed that an enlightened patriot ism is of essential importance to a strong national life. The principle Of friction is yet to accomplish much for the world, if, indeed, it shall ever be dispensed with.
This being so, every evidence of well-timed nationalism on the part of an individual is, or should be, gratifying to his fellow-citizens: and every lapse is, or should be, mortifying and abhorrent, not only to his own but to every other people. We will do well to remember that there is more danger to a country in an absence of the genuine patriotic instinct than there is in an undue development of it.
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