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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Let’s Go Native
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'Fervent nationalists are always dissatisfied with their nation: its flesh-and-blood members fall far short of the nationalist ideal and have been gulled into fraudulent identities and fatuous lifestyles. Only by spiritual regeneration and by forging new myths of community and belonging can true nationhood be achieved. Germaine Greer’s Whitefella Jump Up: The shortest way to nationhood fits comfortably within these conventions of nationalist polemic.'  (Introduction)

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